They will go to Scotland.
Each year, the British monarchs spend August in their Scottish castle Balmoral. Coronavirus without breaking his plans and leave in 2020 came traditional.
So, the paparazzi managed to photograph the moment when Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip for the first time a pandemic has left the Windsor castle to fly to Scotland.
A private car took them from Windsor airport to RAF Northolt in London, where they boarded the plane in Aberdeenshire.
As in previous years, members of their family will visit the monarch at Balmoral. However, this time they will be in separate buildings, and all activities will be social distantsirovaniya.
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The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh were spotted leaving Windsor Castle today for Scotland. They spent lockdown at Windsor Castle and will now be commencing their annual summer holiday at Balmoral. They are expected to remain at Balmoral until at least September. They were driven from Windsor to RAF Northolt in London where they then boarded a plane to drive Like previous years, members of their family are expected to join them at Balmoral however they will stay in separate buildings and all activities will be socially-distanced.