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July 24, 2019

Queen Reportedly Delays Her Summer Vacay to Meet with UK's 14th Prime Minister Boris Johnson

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In honor of tradition, Her Royal Majesty would have to delay her long-awaited vacation to meet the new Prime Minister at the Buckingham Palace.

Admittedly, the past months have been hectic for the monarch with several engagements and works that accustom the privileges of royalty.

Her break from all these duties was a scheduled visit to Aberdeenshire, but she has had to push the vacation further.

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The reason is that the new prime minister of Britain, Boris Johnson is obligated to perform the age-long tradition where he is to kiss the queen’s hand. According to royal insiders, the visit is to take place today at the Buckingham Palace.

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Even so, the 93-year-old monarch is expected to leave for her vacation as soon as the end of the week. This would come after her meeting with Boris Johnson. Her vacation site is located in the Scottish Highlands, and it is believed to be the queen’s most loved royal residence.

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As disclosed by Princess Eugenie, who is the monarch’s granddaughter, it is where she is ‘happiest.’ Eugenie revealed that the vacation site has a lot of characteristics which are very appealing to the queen and called it the “most beautiful place on earth.” Apart from the fantastic natural environment, the presence of family and loved ones makes it special for the queen, as stated by Eugenie.

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It is expected that there would be new faces to jolly with as the royal family recently welcomed new members, of which one is Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s son, Prince Archie.

However, before the fun of the vacation season can begin, official duties would have to be sorted out and tradition respected with Boris Johnson. Interestingly, Boris would be the 14th prime minister under the queen’s reign since she climbed the throne in 1952.

The outgoing prime minister, Theresa May was the second female to hold the authoritative position. Her tenure ran for three years, 2016 to 2019.

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