Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II and her husband Prince Philip will receive a coronavirus vaccine in a few weeks, according to media reports.
Quinn, 94, and Prince Philip 99 are expected to accept the vaccine offer on the advice of their doctors.
According to reports, Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip, who are currently staying at their Windsor Castle, are in the first group identified for vaccination.
However, Daily mail citing senior sources, they announced that the monarchs would not receive preferential treatment, but instead “wait in line” during the first wave of injections reserved for people over the age of 80 and for home residents.
Meanwhile, the Queen will celebrate Christmas at Windsor Castle for the first time in 32 years.
Buckingham Palace last week confirmed that the Queen had decided to stay at Windsor Castle for Christmas amid a coronavirus pandemic.
A spokesman for the palace said in a statement: “After considering all the relevant advice, the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh have decided to spend Christmas in Windsor quietly this year.”
The spokesman added: “Like everyone else, they hope that things will return to normal in 2021.”
This will be the first time in 32 years that Queen has skipped the celebrations in Sandringham to celebrate at Windsor Castle.
Queen has been at Windsor Castle since March, while Prince Philip has been there since retiring from public office in 2017.