Queen Elizabeth II (95) recently had to go to hospital. Then she moved her work to the home office. Just a precaution? “In truth, everything is much worse than is known,” an insider told Us Weekly.
The Queen has been on the throne of the United Kingdom for almost three quarters of a century. Many crises inside and outside the palace could not harm her. But now the concern for the Queen is great. Perhaps she was never as serious as it was these days.
▶ ︎ Now the clues are growing: On the advice of her doctors, the Queen should keep quiet for two more weeks and not be allowed to leave the house, Buckingham Palace announced on Friday.
Most recently, the British monarch had Remembrance Sunday firmly in view: on November 14th, the national memorial service for the soldiers of the Commonwealth who died in the world wars will take place at the cenotaph in London.
The royal family traditionally also appears there. Definitely without the Queen this year. But: You will at least participate virtually, as it is called from the palace.
All other public appointments are also taboo for the time being. If so, everything can only be done via the video switch and the desk. However, the Queen is in a good mood.
In fact, the mood in the royal family should be different.
“There is growing panic in royal circles,” according to a Us Weekly source. “As indestructible as she seems, the queen is only human and cannot go on forever.”
These are not easy times for Elisabeth. Last year, the Megxit split the family as it has not done since Diana. Her Prince Consort Philip died in April at the age of 99. And last but not least that Revelations about Lady Di († 36) and Meghan’s (39) scandalous interview …
Too much for the queen who has been wearing the crown for so long? Her family should now relieve her more and more of the burden.
In future, therefore, a family member will always go to important appointments with the Queen, in case she becomes weak or tired.