Queen Elizabeth returns home after a night in the hospital, says Buckingham Palace – National


Queen Elizabeth, 95, spent a night in the hospital for what Buckingham Palace called a “preliminary investigation,” but returned to Windsor Castle on Thursday and was in a good mood.

The monarch canceled an official trip to Northern Ireland on Wednesday with the palace saying she had been told to rest by her medical staff and that it was unrelated to COVID-19.

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Queen Elizabeth cancels visit to Northern Ireland on the advice of doctors

“Following medical advice to rest for a few days, the Queen went to the hospital Wednesday afternoon for some preliminary investigations, returning to Windsor Castle at lunchtime today, and remains in good spirits,” the palace said in one. Note.

A royal source claimed that the queen had remained in the hospital for practical reasons and that her medical team had taken a cautious approach.

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She had returned to her desk for work Thursday afternoon and was doing some light homework, the source said.

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Queen Elizabeth II cancels her trip to Northern Ireland on the advice of doctors

Queen Elizabeth II cancels trip to Northern Ireland on medical advice – 20 October 2021

Elizabeth spent Tuesday evening hosting a drink at Windsor Castle for billionaire business leaders like Bill Gates after Prime Minister Boris Johnson convened a green investment conference ahead of the COP26 climate summit.

The queen, the oldest and longest reigning monarch in the world, had appeared healthy then, smiling happily as she met the guests. (Reported by Michael Holden; edited by Guy Faulconbridge)


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