Queen Elizabeth spent Thursday night in hospital: Buckingham Palace announcement

the Queen Elisabetta, 95, spent the night between Wednesday and Thursday in the hospital. make it known Buckingham PalaceAfter confining himself on Wednesday to announcing that His Majesty the King had abandoned a visit to Northern Ireland on the recommendation of her doctors. Meanwhile, the court added, the Queen had returned to Windsor Castle, just outside London.

The cancellation of the trip came with an official note later published by British media: “The Queen has reluctantly accepted the doctors’ advice. She is in a good mood and regrets not being able to visit Northern Ireland.” Doctors had in fact invited her to “rest for a few days”. According to reports from a royal palace spokeswoman, the Queen could have been taken to hospital for a few hours Starting in the afternoon of October 20 a precautionary purpose, to be subjected to an unspecified type Preliminary (Medical) Investigations After doctors initially prescribed her a few days off. “Following medical advice to rest for a few days,” a brief statement released to the media read, “The Queen was admitted to hospital on Wednesday afternoon to undergo preliminary investigations. She later returned to Windsor Castle today (October 21, AD) at lunchtime and stay in good spirits.” According to what the British agency Pa learned, it was possible to determine the short hospitalization period “Practical Reasons”, in order to allow the Queen to undergo examinations or tests deemed necessary, and Elizabeth II had already resumed her place at her work table this afternoon to devote herself to some “light” institutional commitment.

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