Queen makes surprise appearance to open new Elizabeth line in London

The Queen has visited the new Elizabeth line at London's Paddington Station, alongside her youngest son the Earl of Wessex. More on this story:

5/17/2022 5:58:00 PM

The Queen has visited the new Elizabeth line at London's Paddington Station, alongside her youngest son the Earl of Wessex. More on this story:

It was not known whether Her Majesty would be able to attend, partly because she has been suffering mobility problems. But she did and Buckingham Palace describes the visit as a 'happy development'.

Please use Chrome browser for a more accessible video playerWhy you can trust Sky NewsIt was not known whether she would be able to attend - partly because she has been suffering mobility problems.The Queen has been suffering mobility problemsHolding a walking stick, the monarch emerged from a transparent lift and smiled brightly, looking resplendent in a Stewart Parvin double-wool crepe coat in sunshine yellow.

She was also wearing her Singapore brooch.The Queen and Prince Edward also met train drivers, station staff and apprentices.The monarch was wearing a Stewart Parvin double-wool crepe coat in sunshine yellow."Her Majesty was aware of the engagement and the organisers were informed of the possibility she may attend."

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It was not known whether Her Majesty would be able to attend, partly because she has been suffering mobility problems. But she did and Buckingham Palace describes the visit as a"happy development". By Andy Hayes, news reporter Tuesday 17 May 2022 13:40, UK Please use Chrome browser for a more accessible video player 1:03 Following some concerns about the monarch's mobility, the Queen walks happily around the station concourse, with the aid of a stick Why you can trust Sky News The Queen has made a surprise visit to see the new Elizabeth line at London's Paddington Station. The 96-year-old monarch joined her youngest son the Earl of Wessex for the official visit, in what Buckingham Palace described as a"happy development". It was not known whether she would be able to attend - partly because she has been suffering mobility problems. Organisers, however, had been"informed of the possibility" of her being able to make it - just over two weeks from her Platinum Jubilee weekend. Image: The Queen has been suffering mobility problems Image: Her Majesty using an Oyster card at the station Holding a walking stick, the monarch emerged from a transparent lift and smiled brightly, looking resplendent in a Stewart Parvin double-wool crepe coat in sunshine yellow. Advertisement That was paired with an A-line silk dress in shades of yellow, royal blue and turquoise, and a matching hat by Rachel Trevor-Morgan. She was also wearing her Singapore brooch. She and Prince Edward were welcomed by Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Mayor of London Sadiq Khan and Transport for London commissioner Andy Byford. The PM said it was"fantastic to see her" and those there were"incredibly touched and moved and grateful to Her Majesty for coming to open the Elizabeth line today". The Queen and Prince Edward also met train drivers, station staff and apprentices. "That was brilliant. I did enjoy that. It was good fun," the earl said after taking a return journey to Tottenham Court Road, standing in the cab on the way back. Image: The monarch was wearing a Stewart Parvin double-wool crepe coat in sunshine yellow The Elizabeth line, named in the Queen's honour, runs across London from west to east and opens to passengers on Tuesday 24 May . Should the monarch wish to use the new service, she was shown how to use an Oyster payment card. "In a happy development, Her Majesty The Queen is attending today's event to mark the completion of the Elizabeth line," Buckingham Palace said. "Her Majesty was aware of the engagement and the organisers were informed of the possibility she may attend." The Queen was seen at the , days after missing the State Opening of Parliament. Image: The Queen and Prince Edward unveiling a plaque The project to build the Elizabeth line, known as Crossrail, was delayed and over budget. There were construction difficulties and complications installing signalling systems. The structure stretches from Reading in Berkshire and Heathrow Airport in west London to Shenfield in Essex and Abbey Wood in southeast London. It will boost capacity and cut journey times across the capital. Related Topics