Queen Elizabeth II will no longer call Buckingham Palace home

Queen Elizabeth II has permanently quit living in Buckingham Palace, according to a report

The decision was based partly on an ongoing “reservicing” of the palace

She spent her last days with late husband Prince Philip

The 95-year-old UK monarch, who called the palace home for most of her record-breaking 70-year reign

Decided to permanently reside in her weekend home, Windsor Castle

“She has her memories with Prince Philip there, she has her ponies there and family nearby. It makes sense.”

The decision comes after a series of health scares for the Queen

On Monday, the Queen, wearing a patterned dress, greeted Trudeau at Windsor Castle without the walking stick she has been using.

Her decision means her eldest son, Prince Charles, 73, will likely be the next resident of the palace when he becomes king