Guardsmen keep social distance as they stand in formation for a ceremony to mark the Queen's official birthday at Windsor Castle.
In April, she had also asked to cancel the traditional gun salutes to mark her birthday for the very first time during her 68-year reign.
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Guardsman Morgan is one of two female Guardsmen who joined the Welsh Guards earlier this year and although she became the first woman to appear on parade for the Queen's birthday, she has already been assigned to duties as Queen's Guard at royal palaces.
"The results of Covid-19 have been devastating in phrases of loss of existence and the threatening of livelihoods of so many throughout the region", he said.
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There will be no mass queues of guards, no vehicle rides along the mall accompanied by house cavalry, no appearances on the balcony of Buckingham Palace to observe the RAF aircraft.
Social distancing policies will be in area for these who are marching. Britain's Queen Elizabeth II has been the Head of the Commonwealth throughout her reign.
Until the parade, the Queen had not been seen outside at any official events since lockdown started. The Queen received a royal salute, followed by military drills.
Gen Ghika additional: "The Welsh Guards and numerous of those people on parade have not too long ago been deployed in the United Kingdom as aspect of the nation's reaction to the virus and so the context of the ceremony is specifically poignant".
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She told reporters that current travel restrictions should be lifted for countries "selected together" by Member States.