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The Queen took a picture of her first face-to-face meeting since she sprained her back

Queen After she sprained her back, she held a face-to-face meeting and was unfortunately forced to miss a memorial Sunday service.

The monarch, whose son Prince Edward sent a message on her behalf at a synod earlier this week, met General Nick Carter, Chief of the Defense Staff.

She welcomed guests at her home in the Oak Room of Windsor Castle. There, the pair seemed to have a deep conversation.

Her Majesty, 95, chose to wear a floral dress and a set of delicate pearls around her neck.

The Queen was photographed for the first time since she sprained her back

Her hair was curled in her usual style and she wore dark maroon lipstick for important meetings.

The general was proudly wearing his uniform while standing up and talking in the traditionally decorated drawing room.

The meeting was held because General Nick announced at the end of this month that he would abandon his role as Chief of the Defense Staff.

It happens when Earl of Wessex shares the Queen’s gloomy message about “the passage of time” with the Anglican General Assembly in her absence.

Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom greets General Nick Carter, Chief of the British Defense Chief, in an audience at Windsor Castle in western London on November 17, 2021. (Photo courtesy of Steve Parsons / POOL / AFP) (Photo courtesy of AFP via STEVE PARSONS / POOL / Getty Images)
The royal leader had a serious conversation with the chief defense staff who will resign from his position this month.

Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom greets General Nick Carter, Chief of the British Defense Chief, in an audience at Windsor Castle in western London on November 17, 2021. (Photo courtesy of Steve Parsons / POOL / AFP) (Photo courtesy of AFP via STEVE PARSONS / POOL / Getty Images)
The Queen first appeared in a few weeks and was still able to stand despite suffering a back injury.

It is the first time in 51 years that the monarch has not visited the ceremony once every five years.

“None of us can delay the passage of time,” she said in a message. She looked back on her wedding anniversary this weekend with her husband, the late Prince Phillip.

“The last few years have been particularly difficult. For many, it was an era of anxiety, sadness, and malaise.”

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The Queen took a picture of her first face-to-face meeting since she sprained her back

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