Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II (95) spent the night in hospital from Wednesday to Thursday. Buckingham Palace announced this on Thursday evening. The queen is said to have been admitted for tests, but she later left the hospital.
“Following medical advice to rest for a few days, the Queen went to the hospital on Wednesday afternoon for several initial tests,” a Buckingham Palace spokesman said. She returned today (Thursday edition.Return to Windsor Castle in the afternoon; She is still in a good mood. She would have even done some work on her desk.
The PA News Agency reports that the Queen was examined by experts at the private King Edward VII Hospital based on evidence from Buckingham Palace. She would have spent the night there “for practical reasons”.
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It was previously reported that the British monarch had “reluctantly” canceled a trip to Northern Ireland on the advice of his advisers. A source inside the palace said she was recommended to rest.
On Wednesday, the Queen held two more video conferences with Japanese and European ambassadors. In recent days, he has attended several events such as the World Investment Summit held at Windsor Castle on Tuesday evening. On Monday he held a virtual meeting with the Governor General of New Zealand, where he attended horse races in Ascot last weekend.
Rumors about the Queen’s health have been circulating in recent weeks. She appeared twice with a walking stick. This happened about twenty years ago, but she has just recovered from knee surgery.