First walking assistance, then a canceled flight and now a short hospital stay. Is this normal for a 95-year-old, or should you worry about the Queen?
Interest in the British Queen is growing: Queen Elizabeth II. I spent one night in the hospital this week. Buckingham Palace announced Thursday evening.
The reason for staying Thursday night was the preliminary examinations. She added that the 95-year-old returned to Windsor Castle at lunchtime and was still in good spirits. She even did a light work on her desk.
And the Palestinian News Agency, quoting circles in the palace, stated that the Queen was examined by specialists at the King Edward VII Private Hospital and spent the night in the clinic for “practical reasons.” However, this should not have anything to do with the coronavirus.
But despite the palace’s attempts to allay concerns about the Queen’s health, the events of the past few days are likely to cause concern among many subjects.
A planned visit to Northern Ireland has been cancelled
Elizabeth didn’t have one for health reasons until Wednesday Cancel your visit to Northern Ireland. “Reluctantly” she followed the advice of her doctors, the palace was told.
Just a few days ago, there was speculation about her health when she presented herself several times with a walking stick in an unusual way. The last time the Queen walked with a cane was nearly 20 years ago. But at the time, she was recovering from knee surgery.
Apparently, the Queen’s night stay in the hospital was not planned. The Palestinian Authority said the medical team took a cautious approach. The last time the Queen stayed in hospital was in 2013, when she was being treated for a gastrointestinal infection.
Perhaps the Queen should back off
Only on Tuesday she received business representatives at Windsor Castle and, according to the participants, made a fitting impression. In total, the 95-year-old planned 15 public appointments in October alone. Now he’s probably going to back off a bit.
Only recently, the Queen caused quite a stir by rejecting Oldie magazine’s ‘Oldie of the Year’ award: the Queen responded that you always feel old. So she is afraid of not meeting the standards of honor. In any case, the British Queen is not lacking in humor.
By Christoph Meyer dpa / uri
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