All of Elizabeth II’s relatives go to her bedside in Scotland
Queen Elizabeth II has four children, eight grandchildren and twelve great-grandchildren. Her relatives go to her bedside this Thursday:
- Prince Charles, his first son and heir to the throne, and his wife Camilla
- Princess Anna, her daughter
- Prince Andrew, his third son who has withdrawn from his commitments from his involvement in the Epstein affair
- Prince Edward, his youngest son
- Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, grandson of the Queen
- Prince Harry, the second son of Prince Charles and Diana, and his wife Meghan
The changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace was canceled on Thursday
On Thursday afternoon, in the courtyard of Buckingham Palace, London, a sign reading “No Changing of the Guard Ceremony Today” is displayed.
Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, stays in Windsor for her children’s first day of school
While members of the royal family travel to Scotland to be with Queen Elizabeth II, Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge stayed in Windsor, where she and Prince Charles recently moved.
In fact, according to British media, this Thursday is the first day in their new school of Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
Harry and Meghan travel to Scotland to visit Queen Elizabeth II’s bedside
Prince Harry and his wife Meghan are on their way to Balmoral Castle in Scotland to visit Queen Elizabeth II’s bedside, a spokesman for the couple said.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who live in the United States, were already in the UK because they were due to attend a charity event in London on Thursday night.
The British congregate outside Balmoral Castle, where Queen Elizabeth II is located
Dozens of people gathered this Wednesday afternoon outside Balmoral Castle in Scotland after learning that Queen Elizabeth II was in poor health, SkyNews reports.
All the children of Queen Elizabeth II go to her bedside
Princess Anne has arrived at Balmoral Castle, where Elizabeth II is located. Prince Andrew is on his way, as is Prince Edward, the youngest of the queen’s four children.
According to various British media, Prince Charles, heir to the throne, and his wife Camilla also arrived in Scotland.
The BBC One television channel cancels the regular programs and switches to the special edition
The UK is holding its breath after doctors announced Queen Elizabeth II’s troubling condition. As a result, the main British TV channel went on a special and canceled its regular lineup.
Prince Andrew also visits Balmoral, at Queen Elizabeth II’s bedside
After William and Charles, Prince Andrew, involved in the Epstein affair, is also on his way to Balmoral, Scotland, to go to the bedside of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II.
The entire British political class “worried” about the health of Elizabeth II
The news has the whole of the UK in suspense. Immediately following the announcement of Buckingham Palace, the country’s political leaders expressed their concern about the health of their monarch.
Labor Party Leader Keir Starmerhe said “to join all the people in the UK who are hoping for his recovery.
The Archbishop of Canterbury states that the “prayers of the nation” accompany the queen
The Archbishop of Canterbury, head of the Church of England after the Queen, addresses his prayers to Elizabeth II, as her health has been declared “worrying”.
“My prayers and the prayers of people across Europe, the church and the nation of the UK are with Her Majesty the Queen today,” she wrote in a tweet.
Queen Elizabeth II had canceled a videoconference meeting scheduled for Wednesday
The announcement of the concern of Elizabeth II’s doctors comes when she canceled a videoconference meeting scheduled for Wednesday.
Buckingham Palace said at the time: “After a busy day yesterday, His Majesty accepted the doctors’ advice this afternoon to rest. This means that the Privy Council meeting that was supposed to take place tonight will be reorganized.”
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Queen Elizabeth II received Boris Johnson and Liz Truss on Tuesday
Queen Elizabeth II was last seen publicly on Tuesday when she received a visit from outgoing Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his successor, Liz Truss, at her residence in Balmoral, Scotland.
An appointment that broke with the tradition that the monarch favors Buckingham Palace, in London, for his first interview with the new head of government.
Debates in the British Parliament were briefly paused to send “best wishes” to the Queen
As the House of Commons debated a government bill on energy prices, House Speaker Lindsay Hoyle intervened briefly to say that “our best wishes” have been sent to the Queen and that she would keep MPs informed if there was any. had been further news.
“I know I speak for the whole House when I say that we send our best wishes to Her Majesty the Queen and that she and the royal family are in our thoughts and prayers at this time,” he assured.
“Whole country worried” about Queen’s health news, says new Prime Minister Liz Truss
British Prime Minister Liz Truss said “the whole country” was “concerned” about Queen Elizabeth II’s health after her doctors raised concerns.
“The whole country will be worried about the Buckingham news this afternoon,” the head of government tweeted.
“My thoughts and those of people across the UK are with Her Majesty the Queen and her family,” he added.
Princes Charles and William visit his residence in Balmoral
“The Queen continues to feel comfortable and at Balmoral,” her castle in Scotland, Elizabeth II’s doctors said in their press release. Princes Charles and William go there.
The Queen’s doctors “worried” about her health
Hello everyone and welcome to this live broadcast dedicated to Elizabeth II’s health concerns, following the release of an official statement from Buckingham Palace.
Doctors of the 96-year-old queen said they were “concerned” about her health and “recommended that she be placed under medical supervision” at her castle at Balmoral in Scotland.