Queen Elizabeth II of England’s doctors recommended she be placed under medical supervision Thursday.
Royal medical staff, concerned for the queen’s health, recommended she remain under their supervision at her home at Balmoral Castle following evaluation Thursday morning, according to a statement shared on the Royal website. Her son, Prince Charles, as well as his wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, and her grandson Prince William have traveled to the Scottish castle to be with the queen, CNN reported.
The queen met Tuesday with Britain’s latest Prime Minister, Liz Truss. The royal cancelled a meeting Wednesday with her Privy Council, a source told ABC News.
No further information was provided on her majesty’s condition, other than she is heeding her doctor’s advice to rest, ABC noted.
Statement from Buckingham Palace:
“Following further evaluation this morning, The Queen’s doctors are concerned for Her Majesty’s health and have recommended she remain under medical supervision. The Queen remains comfortable and at Balmoral.”
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The queen left Buckingham Palace permanently in March, and was working from her Berkshire-based Windsor Castle estate throughout most of the summer. She celebrated her 96th birthday in April. Photographs of the event in Windsor were taken, including the queen with her two white fell ponies, Bybeck Katie and Bybeck Nightingale. (RELATED: The Queen’s Bizarre Dietary Habit She’s Kept Since Childhood)
She missed the Palace’s traditional summer garden party in May due to mobility problems. She cut back on several engagements throughout 2022.