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The Queen will break tradition by appointing next prime minister in Balmoral | UK news

The queen will receive new prime minister at her Balmoral estate in Scotland for in first time in her long reign.

Her Majesty will meet them on September 6, one day after new prime minister is announced.

She usually gave prime ministers from Buckingham Palace or Windsor Castle.

However, 96-year- the old monarch was advised remain at her residence in Balmoral in Aberdeenshire where she enjoys the summer holiday.

From there she will install either Rishi Sunak or Liz Truss as prime minister on September 6, turning points of royal precedent.

On Wednesday, a Buckingham Palace spokesman said: “The Queen will receive Prime Minister Boris Johnson. on Tuesday, September 6, Balmoral, then audience. with in new EVENINGS.”

It is clear that decision taken at this stage in to ensure confidence for in prime ministerdiary.

If the queen experienced episodic mobility issue next week, and the plan was to go to London or Windsor, this would lead to the need made in last minute.

FROM last autumn, Queen suffered with mobility problems and now regularly uses a cane.

This year she was forced to cut a few official engagements are short and she noticeably missed a lot of celebrating her platinum anniversary by appearing briefly on palace balcony.

Duchess of Cornwall, Prince of Wales, Queen Elizabeth II, Prince George, Duke of Cambridge, Princess Charlotte, Prince Louis and Duchess of Cambridge appears on balcony of Buckingham Palace at the end of platinum jubilee theatrical performance, on day four of Platinum Jubilee celebration.  Photo date: Sunday, June 5, 2022

In June she missed Royal Ascot for in first time since her coronation, with duke of Kent takes her place in leading procession of royal carriages.

She is also contracted COVID-19 back in February, and later talked about how it left her feeling “very tired and exhausted”.

winner of Tory leadership fight to succeed Boris Johnson set to be announced on Monday 5 September.

His successor will then travel to Balmoral, where he will be formally appointed queen the next day.

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