Buckingham Palace releases statement on Queen Elizabeth’s health

Buckingham Palace announced on Friday that doctors have advised Queen Elizabeth to rest for another two weeks. She said the king will not make any official visits.

She said the Queen would continue to rest for at least the next two weeks on medical advice, doing light tasks but without personal engagements.

According to the statement, it is her «firm intention» to be at the memorial on Sunday, November 14.

«Doctors have advised that Her Majesty can continue to carry out light office duties during this time, including some virtual audiences, but not for any official visits,» the statement read.

«Her Majesty the Queen regrets that this means that she will not be able to attend the Memorial Festival on Saturday 13 November. However, it remains the Queen’s firm intention to be present at the National Service of Remembrance on Sunday 14 November.»

Daily Mail correspondent Rebecca English said: «The Queen remains in good spirits – she has already recorded her COP26 speech this afternoon and will continue her light duties. However, her diary has been intentionally light for the next week.»

Quoting unnamed sources, she said, «This is just a ‘reasonable precaution’ from her medics.»

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