After Queen Elizabeth missed the official Memorial Day celebration for the first time in 22 years, concerns about the monarch’s health grew.
The Queen planned to attend a London cult as her first public engagement since her doctors ordered her to rest for more than two weeks. In October, she had to spend a night in the hospital for “preliminary investigations” by doctors.
Piers Morgan, a British journalist known for his coverage of the royal family, said on Twitter that he believed this could be a “much more serious situation” than palace officials are reporting and “something has not been reported”.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that although she was hospitalized and rested for several days, Queen Elizabeth was doing well and “in good shape”. “I spoke to her and she is doing well,” he stated in late October.
Queen Elizabeth’s health concerns
In October, the 95-year-old king Spent the night in the hospital He was forced to rest for five days after the “initial investigations” by the doctors.
She returned to her post on Tuesday (16), when she participated in a welcome online meeting with the ambassadors of South Korea and Switzerland, according to Reuters and the official royal account statement.
Before being admitted to hospital, she canceled her trip to Northern Ireland on the advice of doctors.