Queen Elizabeth II faces yet another setback in her health. The BBCElizebeth, who suffered a back strain, had to miss Remembrance Sunday. She was discharged less than a month ago. “preliminary investigations.”
Elizabeth has taken time off from her royal duties to concentrate on her health. Buckingham Palace said it was the Queen’s. “firm intention”to participate in the Remembrance Day celebration. She decided to take part in the Remembrance Day event. “with great regret”On Sunday morning, you can still miss the event. Buckingham Palace said that Elizabeth “is disappointed that she will miss the service.”According to CNNPrince Charles, the son of Queen Elizabeth, laid a wreath on the Cenotaph for the monarch. The service was attended by Prince William, Kate Middleton and other members of their families.
The Queen’s current health concerns were revealed by a royal source. CNN was told by a source that the Queen’s back strain is not related to her recent advice from her doctor to rest. According to the source, the Queen is deeply sorry for her absence at the event because it is one of her most important engagements.
Elizabeth attended her last public event more than three weeks back. She hosted a reception at Buckingham Palace for business leaders in preparation of the COP26 conference on climate change in Glasgow. The Queen was later reported to have been admitted to hospital shortly after the engagement. The Queen stayed at the hospital overnight on Oct. 20 “preliminary investigations,”According to Buckingham Palace. The Queen was taken to London’s King Edward VII Private Hospital and she returned to Winsdor Castle the day after. She was forced to cancel her engagement to visit Northern Ireland and ended up being hospitalized.
The Queen was due to travel to Northern Ireland for a two day trip. There she would meet Prime Minister Boris Johnson to attend an Armagh church service. She was not allowed to go on the trip and was later advised. “accepted medical advice to rest for the next few days.”She has not been to an event in person for some time but she did attend a virtual engagement in October. Elizabeth “conducted two virtual audiences via videolink from Windsor Castle,”During which time she received the new Ambassadors from South Korea and Switzerland to the United Kingdom.