(ReliableNews.org) – In late October, Queen Elizabeth spent the night at London’s King Edward VII’s Hospital to undergo medical tests. In the days after, Buckingham Palace confirmed the queen would be resting for the next two weeks per her doctor’s orders. Now, she has taken a trip to her winter home.
On Thursday, November 4, the 95-year-old monarch traveled from Windsor Castle to Sandringham, about 100-miles north of London. The doctor reportedly approved her travel, but she will continue to rest while away from the palace.
U.K. PM Johnson says Queen Elizabeth II is 'on very good form' a day after Buckingham Palace says the 95-year-old monarch has been told to rest by doctors for another two weeks. https://t.co/cc0LoxrdOC
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The queen decided to work from her desk and will skip the November 13 Festival of Remembrance. The event celebrates the British men and women who fought to defend and protect the nation. Still, the palace said the queen intends to be present for the November 14 National Service of Remembrance on Remembrance Sunday.
Queen Elizabeth is still incredibly active for someone her age, including often driving around the palace grounds by herself, an activity she reportedly enjoys very much. England’s longest-serving monarch even holds events at the palace when important business people and dignitaries come to town. There’s no doubt she’s probably climbing the walls while doctors force her to rest.
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