The health of Elizabeth II: the latest news from the queen, under medical supervision at Balmoral

“Deeply concerned by this followingnoon’s news from Buckingham Palace. I send my sincere thoughts and prayers to Her Majesty the Queen and the Royal Family at this time of concern,” the former Conservative premier tweeted. David Cameron (2010-2016).

The prince harry and his wifeMeghan Markle, who gave up their royal titles in 2020 and caused a tremor in Buckingham Palace, also they will travel to Scotland to accompany Elizabeth IIa spokesman for the couple told the BBC.

The Queen’s grandson, who currently lives with Meghan and their two children in the United States, had been in the UK in recent days for various engagements. They were in Germany today, to mark a year until the Invictus Games, a competition for injured military veterans, are held there. Tonight they had an event in London.

The UK’s main public television channel, BBC One, today suspended all regular programming until 6:00 p.m. (local time) due to news regarding the health of Queen Elizabeth II.

Just following the Buckingham Palace statement was known, BBC One interrupted its programming to break the news.

The prince andrew, the Queen’s favorite son and in turn the most controversial, goes to Balmoral. The youngest son of the monarch, Eduardo, and his wife, Sophie, also travel there.

The princess anne was already in Scotland, where he had had official engagements, who was joined by Carloshis older brother and heir to the throne.

In this way, the queen’s four sons are either at Balmoral or on their way to the castle.

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, sent a message on Twitter in which he said that the “prayers of the nation” are with the Queen: “My prayers, and the prayers of people across the (Church of England) and nation, are with Her Majesty the Queen today. May God’s presence strengthen and comfort Her Majesty, her family and those who care for her at Balmoral.”

The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton stayed in Windsor while her husband, Prince William, traveled to Balmoral to see her grandmother because her children -George, Charlotte and Louis- began classes today at a new school.

The three children attend Lambrook School in Berkshire from today following the family recently moved to Windsor, closer to the Queen.

Buckinghman Palace’s announcement came a day following the monarch canceled a meeting of her Privy Council following receiving a recommendation to rest.

The queen, Britain’s oldest monarch and the world’s oldest, he has been suffering from what Buckingham Palace has called “sporadic mobility issues” since late last year.

His health has been a matter of growing concern since it was learned last October that he had passed one night hospitalized to undergo medical “tests” whose nature was never specified.

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Her appearances in public are increasingly scarce and in them she is seen in general walking with difficulty aided by a cane.

In June, the United Kingdom celebrated the Platinum Jubilee in style, the 70th anniversary of the accession to the throne of Elizabeth II, who increasingly delegates official duties to his heir, Prince Charles, 73.

Lindsay Hoyle, The Speaker of the House of Commons, interrupted a debate on the energy crisis in Parliament to announce the news and send his best wishes to the monarch.

A palace source said the closest relatives had been informed and downplayed reports that the monarch had suffered a fall.

Crown Prince Charles and his wife, Camilla, traveled to Balmoral to accompany the queen. William, the queen’s grandson and second in line to the succession, is on his way to Scotland, royal sources have announced.

The whole country will be deeply troubled by the news from Buckingham Palace at lunchtime. My thoughts, and the thoughts of people across the UK, are with Her Majesty The Queen and her family at this time,” he wrote on Twitter. the new prime minister, Liz Truss, who met the queen Tuesday at Balmoral.

It was the first time since she took office, in 1952, that Elizabeth II received a new prime minister outside of London and, according to royal sources, it was due to his “mobility problems”.

Buckingham Palace reported this morning that Queen Elizabeth II is under medical supervision as doctors are “concerned regarding her healtha message that raised alarm in Britain and the world.

“Following an assessment this morning, the Queen’s doctors are concerned for the health of His Majesty and recommended that he remain under medical supervision”, they said in a statement.

The palace says the Queen, 96, is “comfortable” and remains at Balmoral Castle in Scotland, where he spent the summer

AP and agencies

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