Buckingham Palace announced that the Queen’s doctors are “concerned” in an alarming update regarding Queen Elizabeth’s health. Close family members were informed, and Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, went to Prince William Balmoral.
In the full statement, the Palace said, “Following further assessments this morning, the Queen’s doctors are concerned about Her Majesty’s well-being and have recommended that she remain in medical custody. The Queen is at peace in Balmoral.”
Yesterday, the Queen adjourned a meeting of the Counselor Council after her physicians suggested rest, just one day after she appointed her 15th prime minister in Balmoral.
The Queen was at Balmoral Estate in Scotland, where she spent her summer vacations. This summer, his schedule at Balmoral has changed several times. His official reception was turned into a private event for his convenience, and instead of traveling to Buckingham Palace to greet the new prime minister as originally planned, he remained in Scotland for the appointment.
The court rarely publishes such phrases about the Queen’s well-being, causing many to worry about the 96-year-old monarch. The Queen was not hospitalized and remained at Balmoral Castle.
“The whole country will be deeply alarmed by the news from Buckingham Palace this lunch hour,” the new prime minister, Liz Truss, said in a tweet. “My thoughts and the opinions of the people of our country are with Her Majesty the Queen and her family at this time.”