The Queen will reportedly miss a Privy Council meeting after doctors advised her to rest.
The palace said meeting, set take place practically on Wednesday night will be changed, according to PA News. “After full Yesterday afternoon, Her Majesty took the doctors’ advice to rest,” a palace spokesman said.
Queen, in increasingly poor health met in new prime minister Liz Truss, on Tuesday at Balmoral in Scotland, where the track was asked to form new government after resignation of Boris Johnson.
It was first time prime minister had to go to Balmoral for the audience with Queen, who usually meets new leaders at Buckingham Palace. 96-year-old monarch experienced occasional mobility problems in June during the anniversary celebrations, when she was conspicuously absent from some events.
Queen remains in Balmoral, and her latest The agency said the guidance does not include hospital stays.
Privy Council is a formal body basically made up of senior politicians who are advised by the queen.
During the scheduled meeting, Truss was to take the oath of First Lord. of Treasury and new cabinet ministers would be sworn into their roles, and also made secret advisers, if not already appointed one in past.
In the days leading up to announcement of countries new prime minister The queen called off participation in Braemar’s meeting in Scotland on in first Friday of September. She usually attends the Highland Games. event during her summer holidays.
During the anniversary celebrations in In June, she missed both the Thanksgiving service and the Epsom Derby, although other royal family participants applied out in force.
In May, the queen, citing mobility problems again, missed the state opening of parliament and didn’t read the queen’s speech for only for the third time in her reign.