Queen Elizabeth II is “in very good shape” afterwards A brief recovery 10 days ago She plans to attend a memorial service next month for veterinarians who served in both world wars.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Johnson He told the BBC He spoke with the 95-year-old queen after she was asked to rest At least two more weeks After her health panicked.
“I have spoken to Her Majesty and she is doing very well,” said Johnson, who speaks to the Queen every Wednesday for a weekly update. “She just has to follow the advice of her doctors and get some rest and I think that is the important thing. I think the whole country is wishing her well.”
The Queen’s illness, which the BBC has attributed to fatigue, “confined her to ‘light desk tasks'”, and forced her to withdraw from her planned appearance at this weekend’s 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference, known as COP26, in Glasgow.
And recorded a speech before the summit Friday. Prince Charles and Prince William will host a reception for the world leaders attending the summit, including President Joe Biden, in her stead.
It had to cancel planned visits to Northern Ireland and a festival commemorating the British Royal Legion on 13 November at the Royal Albert Hall as well.
But Buckingham Palace said it was its “firm intention” to attend a memorial service on Sunday, November 14, which was held to honor veterinarians of World War One and Two.
A palace source told the BBC on Friday that the queen’s medical team was taking “reasonable precautions” and that she remained in “good spirits”.