Status: 10/30/2021 2:56 PM
Britain is worried about its head of state: Queen Elizabeth II has canceled her participation in the climate conference. Doctors ordered the 95-year-old man to rest. Prime Minister Johnson now tried to give the go-ahead.
Due to her apparently delicate health, doctors ordered Queen Elizabeth II to rest for two weeks. This was “the most significant absence of her long reign”, the Daily Telegraph newspaper wrote.
However, the Queen appears to be a stubborn patient. As the “Daily Mirror” reported, the stalwart monarch poses problems for her doctors. The queen is determined to personally attend the memorial service for British dead in World War II on November 14, citing palace circles. The traditional Remembrance Day is one of the most important dates on the royal calendar. “The doctors who advised Her Majesty to rest from her must have very good reason to stop her,” the palace said, according to “Mirror.”
Kept as a state secret
It is not known what the queen is missing and it is being kept as a state secret. Recently, the Queen had to spend a night in hospital. The palace justified the stay with “practical reasons”. The Queen was there for “preliminary investigations”.
However, the 95-year-old woman was recently seen for the first time on two dates with a cane for no acute medical reasons; she then canceled a visit to Northern Ireland. This was followed at night in the clinic. More recently, the Queen canceled her visit to the COP26 UN climate conference in Glasgow, although the palace had recently confirmed her attendance.
“She is in very good shape”
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has responded to fears about Queen Elizabeth II’s health. “I spoke to Her Majesty about her and she is in very good shape,” the head of government said on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Rome. “She just needs to follow her doctors’ advice and get some rest, and I think that’s what’s important right now.”
Attention is now also focused on the Queen’s busy schedule. Despite her hospital stay, the PA news agency counted nearly a dozen dates in October alone. The “Mirror” reported that the estate’s staff had been instructed to carefully examine the diary up to and after Christmas.
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