May 24, 2022

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Queen Elizabeth II must rely on medical advice

Queen Elizabeth II must rely on medical advice

(London) Queen Elizabeth II, 95, “reluctantly” accepted her doctors’ advice to rest for a few days, forcing her to cancel a trip to Northern Ireland, Buckingham Palace announced Wednesday.

“The Queen reluctantly accepted the medical opinion, appealing for her to rest for the next few days,” Palace said in a short statement.

“Her Majesty is in good spirits and was disappointed not to be able to visit Northern Ireland, where she has to attend Wednesday and Thursday engagements,” she said. Go there in the future. ”

According to the British news agency PA, Elizabeth II rested at Windsor Castle near London, where she spent a series of detentions, and her condition was not linked to coronavirus. She was vaccinated with Kovid-19.

Its participation in COP26, the major UN climate conference to be held in Glasgow (Scotland) in early November, is not currently in question, PA.

Sovereignty holds the record for the longest life on the British throne, which she accepted almost 70 years ago in 1952.

Despite speculation about her withdrawal after her husband Philip died in April, she has been involved in a number of public events recently.

She reappeared Tuesday in Windsor at a reception attended by Prime Minister Boris Johnson and industrialists. In good shape, she was shaking hands and chatting with guests.

Last week she appeared to be running openly with sugarcane, the first since 2004. This was not the case at Tuesday’s reception.

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Tuesday, British magazine The Oldie The letter of denial indicated that the Queen had rejected the gift given to an old man each year: “We think our Majesty is our age and therefore do not expect them to conform to accepted standards”, his services.