Elizabeth II, 95, appeared in public for the second time with a cane after a service at Westminster Abbey Church in London on Tuesday.
The Queen, who was given a cane as she got out of her car in front of the Welsh Parliament in Cardiff, took the elevator to the lobby where she met with parliamentary dignitaries before the inauguration.
Addressing the new type of coronavirus epidemic (Kovid-19) in her speech at the opening ceremony of parliament, the Queen said: “We are all indebted to all those who have done so much to serve the community, from basic workers even volunteers, who have faced the challenges of the last 18 months so magnificently. ” said.
The event, which was supposed to take place shortly after the May elections, was postponed due to the coronavirus.