Is Queen Elizabeth II all right?
She is reportedly being monitored by doctors, who are concerned about her health.
Buckingham Palace said that following this morning’s examination, medical professionals advised her to remain under medical supervision.
According to the statement, the 96-year-old Monarch is “comfortable.”
Following the announcement, Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, allegedly traveled to the Monarch’s home in Scotland, Balmoral Castle.
Prince Andrew, Prince Edward, and Sophie, Countess of Wessex, are rumored to be on their way to the Scottish estate, while Princess Anne is already on official business.
Prince William will join them, but his wife, Kate Middleton, will remain in Windsor with their three children, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.
According to reports, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are on their way to Balmoral from Germany. They were reportedly forced to cancel their UK appearance to see the Queen.
They had planned to attend the WellChild Awards ceremony in London but had to cancel.
The announcement comes after Queen Elizabeth II canceled her Privy Council meeting on Wednesday due to medical advice.
Prime Minister Liz Truss stated that the news of Buckingham Palace has concerned the entire United Kingdom, and that her sympathies, as well as the thoughts of the entire country, are with the Queen and her family.
According to the BBC, serious concerns about Queen Elizabeth II’s health have been expressed much more directly than previously and without any mention of mobility issues.
There have also been warnings against speculating about her falling. When she was named Prime Minister on Tuesday, she was barely on her feet and smiling.
According to the BBC’s royal correspondent Nicholas Witchell (via the Guardian), this was “clearly a very significant moment,” and “we are in a developing situation.”
The Monarch’s health deteriorated in October when she had to cancel a trip to Northern Island and spent the night in the hospital.
There have been additional hospital visits since, but they have all been as outpatients. Today, the critical question, he says, is whether there is an underlying illness that “has not been confessed to.”
The correspondent also assumed that the Queen would be taken to hospital and that she would be treated at Balmoral Castle.