Despite Being Ill Queen Elizabeth Rests At Windsor Castle.


Queen Elizabeth had been scheduled to visit Northern Ireland on Wednesday and Thursday. But he was forced to cancel. “reluctantly,” You will agree to cancel these plans. Buckingham Palace said that the medical experts advised the reigning monarch to rest for the following few days. Here’s what we know.

Queen Elizabeth I “Good Spirits,” But “Disappointed”

Queen Elizabeth, 95 years old, traveled to Northern Ireland with Boris Johnson (British Prime Minister) to attend a Church service in Armagh. The monarch and Johnson were expected to mark the centenary of partition and Northern Ireland’s foundation. Due to sudden illness, Queen Elizabeth was not able to travel as planned. a palace source told CNNThis was “not COVID related.”

“Her Majesty is in good spirits and is disappointed that she will no longer be able to visit Northern Ireland, where she had been due to undertake a series of engagements today and tomorrow,” Buckingham Palace issued the following statement. “The Queen sends her warmest good wishes to the people of Northern Ireland and looks forward to visiting in the future,” It went on.

“Reluctantly” Resting in Windsor Castle

The Queen was advised to take the next few days off to rest. She has “reluctantly” They agreed to do. She currently resides in Windsor Castle, and she will hopefully soon be able to recover from any injuries. Despite not traveling to Northern Ireland, she is still planning to attend the COP26 climate conference in Glasgow (Scotland) later this month.

The Royal Family Addresses Climate Change

This conference is just days after Queen Elizabeth was heard stating that she felt there wasn’t enough progress on climate change. “irritating.” This also happens a month after two weeks of protests by environmental activists in London. Prince Charles, her son, was criticized for failing to address the protestors who caused major traffic congestions by staging their demonstrations.

The British royal family is vocal about climate change despite some criticisms. Younger members of The Firm, including third in line to throne Prince William, have been praised for their participation in the Earth shot Prize. This Prize, which had a successful inaugural run, is expected to be held next year in the US. We expect that the critics of the royal family will cease to consider the issue taboo as they continue to speak out on the subject.