Queen Elizabeth II’s doctors are ‘concerned’ about her health: ‘indications that something serious is going on’

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“After further assessment this morning, the Queen’s doctors are concerned about Her Majesty’s health. They have recommended that she remain under medical supervision.” The Queen appears to be at ease in Balmoral.

It was already announced on Wednesday that Elizabeth should take a break after a “full” day on Tuesday. Visited by former Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who came to tender his resignation. Then came Liz Truss, who was asked by Elizabeth to become the new Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. The Queen has taken it easy in recent months due to her fragile health. She canceled several appointments on the advice of her doctor.

Family visits

Meanwhile, immediate family members were informed. Prince Harry and his wife Meghan are currently on their way. A spokesperson for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex confirmed this, as Harry and Meghan, who live in the US, have been staying in the UK over the past few days. They are currently in Germany. The couple would normally attend a charity event in London on Thursday night/this evening, but have now canceled it to be with the Queen. Prince William also traveled to Scotland. On the other hand, Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, decided to stay in Windsor with her children George, Charlotte and Louis. It was their first full day at their new school, the BBC reports.

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The Queen’s four children have since arrived at Balmoral Castle. It’s about Crown Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and finally Prince Edward and his wife Sophie.

As you know, new Prime Minister Liz Truss. “The entire country is currently concerned about the news from Buckingham Palace,” Truss wrote on Twitter. “My thoughts – and those of everyone in the UK – are with Her Majesty and her family now.”

“the situation is dangerous”

According to many British media, the Queen was to fall, but this has not been confirmed so far. According to Richard Sumner, the BBC’s former royal family watcher, there are signs that something serious could be going on with Queen Elizabeth II. It indicates the careful choice of words of the palace.

According to Sumner, the palace has always portrayed the Queen’s status less than its letters. “I always suspected there was more to it than mobility issues,” it seemed.

In addition to aging, there can be other, more complex medical problems, he says. “Obviously, when you’re 96, you can’t expect to be as healthy as a 25-year-old,” Sumner said.

“I hope this passes and is overcome, but I think – judging by the precise wording of the palace – there could be something serious going on here.”

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