Queen Elizabeth II is under ‘medical supervision’, Buckingham Palace says

Queen Elizabeth: All of the children of the Queen are gathered at, or traveling to, her Scottish estate in the vicinity of Aberdeen.

The Queen’s physicians are worried about her health after more testing this morning and have advised that she stay under medical monitoring, according to a statement.

“The queen can be described as “comfortable”, it added.

It’s quite unusual to see Buckingham Palace to put out an announcement like this. they are usually not willing to comment regarding the 96-year-old monarch’s medical issues that are considered to be private.

Prince Charles has been to Balmoral together with his spouse the duchess of Cornwall.

The Duke of Cambridge as well as The Duke of York and the Earl and Countess of Wessex arrived at Aberdeen airport shortly prior to 16:00 BST.

They’re heading for the Queen’s Scottish estate, which is located about 40 miles (64km) to the west of Aberdeen.

The Princess Royal The Princess Royal, also known as Princess Anne was in Scotland conducting engagements and is located in Balmoral.

Her Majesty the Duchess of Cambridge has been there in Windsor with her children for their first day of school.

The Duke and Duchess from Sussex are scheduled to attend an event to benefit charity in London and are now heading to Balmoral according to a spokesperson.

Barriers are being erected in front of one of the entrances into the property.

There are clearly urgent concerns regarding the health of Queen Elizabeth II and wellbeing – more clearly stated than in the past and without indication that this is only concerns about mobility problems.

Queen Elizabeth II is under 'medical supervision', Buckingham Palace says
Queen Elizabeth

There are also cautions about speculation that is not substantiated, like the possibility of her having an accident. On Tuesday, she was seen smiling as she was sworn in as the her new prime minister Liz Truss.

However, from the cancellation at last minute of what could be a virtual session of the Privy Council – of senior ministers, there is no doubt that the Queen’s health is in danger. the health of the Queen.

Ms Truss declared that she believed that the “whole country” would be “deeply concerned” by the report.

“My thoughts – and the thoughts of people across our United Kingdom – are with Her Majesty The Queen and her family at this time,” she said.

The Queen has appointed Ms. Truss as her first prime minister at Balmoral instead of traveling to London to attend the event.

In her 70 years of rule, the Queen has often been seated with her new premier in Buckingham Palace.

The Archbishop from Canterbury, Justin Welby, stated: “My prayers, and the prayers of all people in the Church of England and across the country is with Her Majesty the Queen today.

God’s strength and comfort be with Her Majesty, her family, and everyone who is looking after her in Balmoral.

The Queen’s illness news was announced as MPs were given details of the government’s latest strategy to assist households and businesses pay for energy at the House of Commons.

The Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster Nadhim Zahawi was in the Commons and addressed Ms. Truss. The notes were later passed on over to Commons speaker as well as the Labour Front Bench. The palace statement was released just a few minutes later.

Labour chairman Sir Keir Starmer stated in a statement that he was “deeply worried”, while Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Staturgeon expressed her thoughts and best wishes to Queen Elizabeth II.

Wales The First Minister Mark Drakeford sent his best wishes to the Welsh people. Wales.

She has been taking an extended summer vacation with the royal residence in her Scottish house since.

A small crowd of people were gathered in Buckingham Palace, the monarch’s official London residence, in dark skies , and with rain showers expected.


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