On the sidelines of the G20 summit in Rome, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said in an interview on Saturday that Queen Elizabeth II, who has been rested by doctors for at least another two weeks, is “in very good shape”.
“I have spoken to Her Majesty the Queen and she is doing very well,” the British Prime Minister said in an interview with Britain’s Channel 4, reassuring of the 95-year-old’s condition.
“She just needs to take the advice of her doctors and get some rest,” Boris Johnson continued. “I think the whole country sends him their wishes.”
Two weeks of rest
The Queen, who spent a night in hospital last week to undergo “initial checks”, according to Buckingham Palace terms, had to regret the cancellation of her flight to COP26 on the climate in Glasgow (Scotland, UK), just days after it was given. On a trip to Northern Ireland.
Buckingham announced on Friday evening that the King must forgo any official travel for at least two more weeks.
However, he will be able to continue to carry out “light tasks”, including video hearings, that the minors have assigned.
The Queen should therefore cancel her participation in the Remembrance Festival on November 13, which honors British and Commonwealth soldiers, but she “maintains the firm intention” of being at the event commemorating Sunday the following day. The memorial is in London, outlining the royal statement published on Friday.
If she hasn’t laid a wreath at the foot of the memorial itself since 2017, she’s attending the ceremony from the State Department balcony. times Saturday.
Last public appearance on Thursday
The Queen was laid to rest on October 20, a day after a reception at Windsor Castle where she appeared as she spoke with her Prime Minister Boris Johnson and American businessman Bill Gates.
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