Everyone is kept in hang for Queen Elizabeth’s health updates as she was ordered to rest down and need to stay in the hospital resulting in her disappointment to miss the National Service of Remembrance at the Cenotaph on Sunday, November 14th at the very least moment because of her alleged back sprain.
Queen Elizabeth’s Absence Due To Health Reason Increases Public Concern
The 95-year-old Queen Elizabeth’s health has been a hot topic for everyone since she stayed in the hospital last October 20. A Buckingham Palace source said that the sprain was unrelated to the unspecified ailment that caused the queen’s hospital visit, calling it an “incredibly unfortunate coincidence,”
Moreover, Prince Charles the 73-year-old Prince of Wales give a detailed statement about the Queen’s health and how she is doing during the event he had in south London on Thursday, November 11, “She’s alright, thank you very much, Once you get to 95, it’s not quite as easy as it used to be,” he continued “It’s bad enough at 73.”
Prince Charles’ Comments on Queen’s Health Status
Following Charles’ remarks on the queen’s health, Buckingham Palace stated that she will attend the Cenotaph’s annual Remembrance Day Service on November 14. The Palace stated that “As in previous years, Her Majesty will view the Service from the balcony of the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office,” according to a published report in US Magazine.
However, she did not attend the General Synod Service and Opening Session on Tuesday, November 16, as previously advised by her physicians, according to the statement. Her son, the Duke of Wessex, Prince Edward, attended the occasion as scheduled.
She returned to work in late October, only to be told by her physicians that she needed to rest for “at least” two weeks. “Her Majesty may continue to do light, desk-based responsibilities at this period, including some virtual Audiences,” the Palace said on October 29. The Palace announced at the time that she would be unable to attend the Festival of Remembrance on November 13, but that she planned to attend the National Service of Remembrance the next day.