Queen Elizabeth II She will remain under the watchful eyes of her doctors for the foreseeable future.
After an assessment on September 8, Buckingham Palace shared a statement that doctors were “concerned” about the health of the 96-year-old monarch and “recommended that she remain under medical supervision”.
According to the statement, the Queen, who has had problems with mobility in recent months, remains “relaxed” and at her Balmoral Castle residence.
These directives from the doctors come after a busy week for the prince, which included the appointment Les Truss As the new Prime Minister on 6 September.
The next day, the Queen – on the doctor’s orders – postponed a meeting of the Advisers of the Virtual Privy Council.
In a statement on September 7, the palace said: “After a full day yesterday, Her Majesty this afternoon accepted the doctors’ advice to rest, meaning that the meeting of the Privy Council which was scheduled for this evening will be re-arranged.”