Queen unveils trendy new look at 96 and drastically ditches her cane


The Queen proved that once again she is a trailblazer this week.

Because the 96-year-old monarch was seen with a new hairstyle.

During a meeting with the Archbishop of Canterbury on Tuesday June 21, she appeared to have a classic hairstyle for women of a certain age – the perm.

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And she was also seen without any walking aids, for the first time in many months.

It was his first public appearance since his platinum jubilee celebrations which took place over four days earlier this month.

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The meeting took place at Windsor Castle, where the Archbishop presented her with a special Canterbury Cross in recognition of her “unwavering service” to the Church of England during her 70 years on the throne.

The Archbishop of Canterbury gave the Queen a special gift

It was also accompanied by a citation, which read: ‘Throughout his reign, Her Majesty has duly upheld both the Christian religion and the Church of England in her roles as defender of the faith and supreme governor of the Church of England.

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“Whether in the formality of the opening sessions of the General Synod or in the more intimate context of his personal addresses to the nation and to the Commonwealth at Christmas, His Majesty manifested his own deep faith and relevance to all that she undertakes.

“His subtle understanding of the changing position of the established Church in England sustained and encouraged laity and clergy.

The couple met on Tuesday, in the Queen's first public appearance since the Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
The couple met on Tuesday, in the Queen’s first public appearance since the Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

“His concern for the unity of his people and for the well-being of the less fortunate has been a constant inspiration for the whole Church. His is an example of the Christian life well lived.

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“This presentation of the Canterbury Cross is a sincere symbol of the love, loyalty and affection in which the Church of England holds Her Majesty and it represents the appreciation and gratitude of all her Church for her seventy years of unswerving service. God save the queen!”

The TSWT has contacted Buckingham Palace to find out whether or not the Queen has changed hairdressers.

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