The Queen isabel II you will not be traveling to Northern Ireland, due to a medical prescription. According to the statement from Buckingham Palace, the monarch reluctantly accepted the recommendation to take a few days off.
“The queen has reluctantly accepted the medical advice to rest for the next few days,” the royal house said in a brief statement.
The palace did not give more details about the decision, But he said the monarch is “in a good mood and disappointed that he will no longer be able to visit Northern Ireland, where he had planned to attend a series of engagements” scheduled for this Tuesday and Thursday.
The 95-year-old monarch “sends her best wishes to the people of Northern Ireland and wishes to visit them in the future,” the palace added.
Isabel would rest in el Windsor Castle, where you have stayed since you started the COVID-19 pandemic last year.
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The decision was made just days after Isabel appeared with a cane in a public act, a church service at Westminster Abbey for the centenary of the Royal British Legion, a charity of the armed forces.
She had been photographed with a cane before in 2003, but it was after knee surgery.
The queen, who was widowed this year, still has a busy official schedule. On Tuesday he held hearings with diplomats and hosted a reception of global corporate leaders at Windsor Castle.
Meanwhile, the magazine Vanity fair disclosed that Her Majesty’s physicians alcoholic beverages were banned whenever possible, except on special occasions. Although she is in good health at 95 years of age, doctors prefer her to remain stable and smooth.
With information from AFP / AP
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