Queen Elizabeth II under medical supervision as doctorsconcerned’ for her health
Queen Elizabeth II is under medical supervision because doctors “concerned for Her Majesty’s health,” Buckingham Palace said on Thursday when members of Royal family went to Scotland to be by the bed of 96-year- the old monarch. announcement The palace arrived the day after the queen canceled virtual meeting of her Privy Advice when doctors advised her to rest after full day of events on On Tuesday, when she officially asked Liz Truss to become British prime minister”Following further examination this morning, the Queen’s doctors concerned for health of Her Majesty and recommended to her remain under medical supervision,” a spokesman for the palace said. on condition of anonymity in line with ordinary policy. “Queen remains comfortable in Balmoral.”Palace declined to provide more details on the queen’s condition, but there have been other troubling signs since Truss was aborted on in floor of house of Commons noted her condition and family the members canceled long-planned events to travel to the Highlands. Prince Charles, heir to the throne, together with his wife Camilla and sister Princess Anne were with the queen at Balmoral Castle, her summer residence in Scotland. Prince William, eldest son of Charles son also en route to Balmoral, as were his brother Prince Harry, his wife Meghan, Prince Andrew, the Earl and Countess of Wessex.Collection of house of Windsor is coming just three months later people UK suspended over together holiday weekend to celebrate the Queen’s 70th birthday on throne. Bye crowds of applause, flag waving fans filled the streets around Buckingham Palace for four days of festivities, the queen herself made only two brief appearances on palace balcony to wave to his subjects. Elizabeth increasingly handed over duties to Charles and other members of Royal family in the last months, when she recovered from the attack of COVID-19, beginning using stick and struggled to move. “The whole country will be deeply concerned through news from Buckingham Palace at lunchtime,” Truss said. on Twitter.” My thoughts – and thoughts of people in our United Kingdom is with Her Majesty the Queen and her family at that time”. political leaders of every belief also expressed their concern, and the archbishop. of Canterbury, Justin Welby, said that “prayers of nation” are with Elizabeth. From the moment of accession to the throne after death of her father on February 6, 1952 Elizabeth was a symbol of stability as the UK negotiated an end of empire, dawn of in information age and mass migration, which turned the country into a multicultural society. Despite all this, the queen built connection with nation through the seemingly endless series of public speeches when she opened libraries, specialized hospitals and awarded honors on worthy citizens. She worked tirelessly in twilight of her reign. But death of Prince Philip, her husband of more than 70 years old in April of last year reminded the country that the reign of queen, sole monarch, most of her subjects ever knew, of course. truth there was a subtext of Platinum Jubilee celebrations as newspapers, television news shows and walls of the palace was full with Pictures of Elizabeth as she changed from glamorous young Queen in Crown and diamonds of their kind of global famous grandmother for her ubiquitous handbag and love of horses and corgis. Charles was at the center of the whole festivity as he stood in for his mother and showed that he was ready to accept on her robe. Wearing a ceremonial scarlet tunic and bearskin hat, he conducted a review of the troops during the Queen’s birthday parade. on opening day of anniversary. next day he was last guest to enter St. Paul’s Cathedral and took his place is ahead of temple for service of thanksgiving in honour of Queen. AT star- bright concert in front of Buckingham Palace, he delivered main tribute a woman whom he called “Your Majesty, Mom.” public speeches during the anniversary were brief but symbolic, emphasizing the three pillars of her reign: personal connection with in the public strong ties with the armed forces and support for Commonwealth, and group of 54 countries with former colonial ties with Britain. final day of in the event tone joined Another senior members of Royal family on balcony of Buckingham Palace watches fly by 70 years old military plane and wave to supporters who filled street below. She later took part in lighthouse lighting ceremony at Windsor Palace, climax of events which covered the Commonwealth.
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Buckingham Palace said on Thursday that Queen Elizabeth II is under medical supervision because doctors “concerned for Her Majesty’s health” as members of her family traveled to be with 96-year-old monarch in Scotland.
“Following further evaluation this morning, the Queen’s doctors concerned for health of Her Majesty and recommended to her remain under medical supervision,” the palace said. in a statement of deep concern.
announcement comes one day after the queen canceled the appointment of her Privy Council, and he was ordered to rest. On Tuesday, she chaired over handover ceremony power to new Prime Minister Liz Truss at her summer residence in Scotland at Balmoral Castle.
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Castle says the queen is “comfortable” and remains in Balmoral. Her sonPrince Charles and grandson Prince William traveled to with her, officials said.
Farm – who was informed on in news How did she make the statement? in house of Commons – declared that “the whole country will be deeply concerned through news from Buckingham Palace at lunchtime.
“My thoughts – and thoughts of people in our United Kingdom is with Her Majesty the Queen and her family at this time,” she said. on Twitter.
Elizabeth celebrated seven decades on the throne is year. She gave up more and more. over obligations to his heir Prince Charles and other members of Royal family in recent months, when she struggled to get around.