The 96-year-old sovereign’s doctors say they are “concerned” about his health.
The Queen is under intensive medical observation and her doctors say they are “concerned” about her health, Buckingham Palace said on Thursday.
“Following further assessment this morning, the Queen’s doctors are concerned about Her Majesty’s condition and have recommended that she remain under medical supervision. The Queen remains comfortable and in palmoral,” the palace said in a brief statement.
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His family has been informed of his condition, the Press Association said. His heir Charles, 73, and his grandson William are traveling to Balmoral, the respective services said.
Buckingham Palace said it had postponed a meeting scheduled for Wednesday after doctors advised Queen Elizabeth II to rest.
On Tuesday, the Queen welcomed Boris Johnson to her Scottish home in Balmoral, where he came to tender his resignation, then officially appointed Prime Minister Liz Truss.
He has been delegating part of his operations to his son Charles for several months.
In early June, Britons celebrated four days of the 70-year reign of Elizabeth II, the world’s oldest sitting monarch. She was almost absent from this platinum jubilee, making only two brief appearances on the balcony of Buckingham Palace in front of tens of thousands of people.
A few weeks later, on the other hand, he made a number of public appearances in Scotland during the armed forces parade in Edinburgh at the end of June.
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