The Queen and her husband will arrive at Sandringham this week for a fortnight break before their return to "HMS Bubble" at Windsor, which is said to be a "compromise".
Her Majesty has missed Trooping the Colour, Palace garden parties, and Maundy Thursday events. She continued to hold weekly calls with the Prime Minister, and did hold a socially-distance birthday party.
She is said to be looking to return to normal.
Prince Andrew - already cut out of photos shared by Buckingham Palace for Princess Beatrice's wedding - stepped down from royal duties following a "car crash" TV interview over the Epstein saga last November.
A palace insider claimed, "She'll be there come hell or high water". "Remembrance Sunday is a hugely important day for the country and her personally", they added. "It is a staple in her calendar". Earlier, the granddaughters of Elizabeth II showed themselves without makeup.
Yesterday the Mail on Sunday revealed the traditional Royal Christmas celebration faces being scrapped if the current Covid-19 "rule of six" regulations continue. The restriction being Queen's inability to see her great-grandchildren George, Charlotte, and Louis. "The Covid-19 virus isn't going away soon and will be with us for months, if not years".
PRINCE Philip will join the Queen at Windsor Castle because the Royals do not have enough staff for them to live apart, The Sun understands. However, he was officially made a British prince in 1957, seven years after Elizabeth's coronation as the British monarch.
According to a source, Prince Philip wanted to go back to Sandringham but couldn't do so because of staffing problems.
A source said: "Philip didn't want to go to Balmoral and doesn't want to go to Windsor".
"We basically worked out that the Queen and Prince Philip can not go and visit William and Kate and all their children because that would make seven".
However, the source claimed it makes "far more sense" to keep the royal couple together to protect them from coronavirus.
Next week, she and Philip will travel from Balmoral to Norfolk to "spend time alone" at Sandringham Estate, where the Duke spends most of his time at Wood Farm.