The state of health of the Queen of England Elizabeth II worries. His doctors are “concerned”. Since a hospitalization almost a year ago for examinations, the queen showed herself more and more rarely.
Doctors for Queen Elizabeth II, 96, are “concerned” about her condition and “have recommended that she be placed under medical supervision” at her Balmoral Castle in Scotland, Buckingham Palace said on Thursday.
“Following a further assessment this morning, the Queen’s doctors are concerned for Her Majesty’s health and have recommended that she remains under medical supervision. The Queen continues to feel comfortable and remains at Balmoral,” it said. the palace in a brief statement.
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Since a night at the King Edward VII private hospital in central London in October 2021 for unspecified examinations, the queen, in declining health, has shown herself more and more rarely. A first hospitalization since 2013, the year when, recalls the British television channel Sky News, she had been in hospital because of gastroenteritis. In 2018, she also had cataract surgery in one eye.
In November 2021, the queen had been absent at the cenotaph for Remembrance Sunday after a back problem, indicates the English media. A few months later, in February 2022, she had tested positive for Covid-19 but had only mild symptoms.
On Tuesday September 6, the Queen formalized the appointment of Liz Truss as Prime Minister, her 15th head of government in 70 years of reign. She had decided to stay at Balmoral instead of returning to London where the transition usually takes place due to her health problems. Footage released by the palace showed the sovereign smiling and leaning on a cane, shaking hands with the new ruler.
On Wednesday evening, the palace announced that the queen had postponed an online meeting after her doctors advised her to rest. She has been delegating for months an increasing part of her functions to her son Charles who notably delivered in May in her place for the first time the speech from the throne in Parliament, one of her essential constitutional functions.
In early June, as the country celebrated its 70th year of reign for four days, Elizabeth II, the world’s oldest sitting monarch, was almost absent from the jubilee, showing herself twice, and briefly, on the balcony of Buckingam.
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