Queen Elizabeth returned home from Balmoral, Scotland, to London on Tuesday, when she ended up in the drama of the trip. Departing from Aberdeen, it rained heavily, but a terrible storm blew, with hail and lightning, while her private 13-person plane was landing at RAF Northolt, northwest London.
The pilot had to cancel the landing when the storm proved too strong. The Queen then flew over London for 15 minutes before the pilot sensed the storm had calmed enough to land.
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The court confirms what happened and says there was no danger to the Queen.
In such circumstances, no risk is taken. Another source says it was right to cancel the landing during the thunderbolt the sun.
In pictures in the British media, the Queen didn’t look a bit shaky when she later arrived in Windsor, in her Range Rover and with a Corgi in the back seat.
The Queen has been at her Balmoral summer residence for five days, recharging ahead of celebrations around its 70th anniversary, which begin on Thursday.
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