Lorraine Kelly “worried” about Queen today after Remembrance Sunday’s no-show


Lorraine Kelly said she was “worried” about the Queen’s health today after Her Majesty withdrew yesterday from the commemorations of the Sunday of Remembrance (Sunday November 14).

The 95-year-old had sprained his back.

Lorraine Kelly said she was “worried” about the queen’s health (Credit: ITV)

What did Lorraine say about the Queen today?

Welcoming the Sunday Times Royal Editor, Roya Nikkhah, the couple discussed the queen’s health.

“I was a little worried because for her she didn’t show up at this event of all things … so how are you?” Lorraine asked.

“I think we shouldn’t be too worried, although there is always a collective vacillation when we don’t see the Queen and think we will.

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“But this last minute cancellation yesterday… and it literally came so soon before the ceremony started.

“The palace told us she had sprained her back, but no one was more upset that she wouldn’t be there than herself.”

The queen was absent from yesterday’s ceremony (Credit: SplashNews.com)

Charles looks “shocked”

Roya went on to explain that the queen had been resting her back for three weeks and had hoped she could do it yesterday.

The focus then shifted to his son, Prince Charles, which, Roya said, seemed “emotional” during the ceremony.

“I’ve never seen him so upset, I don’t think,” Lorraine observed.

Roya speculated that perhaps the “weight of responsibility” made him seem so “emotional”.

However, the reporter said she expects the queen to resume light duties within the week.

Roya also said she expects Her Majesty to record her traditional Christmas message over the holidays.

Boris Johnson has released an update on the Queen's health
Boris Johnson released an update on the Queen’s health (Credit: SplashNews.com)

What did Boris Johnson say about the Queen?

After His Majesty lost his traditional appearance at the annual ceremony honoring the victims of the world wars, the Prime Minister Boris Johnson released a press release.

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“I just want to reassure everyone that I saw the Queen for a hearing in Windsor on Wednesday and that she is very well,” the Prime Minister said.

“It shouldn’t have to be said, but I wanted to say it anyway.”

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