The UK is “deeply concerned” about the health of its 96-year-old queen. Doctors recommended Thursday that she be placed under medical supervision at her Scottish castle in Balmoral, where her children and grandchildren immediately traveled.
“The queen's doctors are concerned about her majesty's health and have recommended that she remain under medical surveillance,” Buckingham Palace reported in the early afternoon.
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The queen “will stay at Balmoral”, where she spends the end of the summer every year and was assailed by this decline in health, she added in a brief statement.All his children – Prince Charles, 73, heir to the throne, Princess Anne, 72, Prince Andrew, 62, and Prince Edward, 58 – immediately traveled to that residence located 800 km north of London .
The televisions showed images of Prince William, 40, second in line to the throne, arriving along with other members of the family.
His brother Enrique, 37, who was in London with his wife Meghan for a charity event, also undertook the trip, despite the fact that they have lived in California since they left the British monarchy in 2020, dealing a severe blow to the institution.
The trip of Harry and Meghan, who are not on the best terms with the royal family, compounded the concern raised by an already unusual statement from Buckingham.
Days of mourning
In the event that the Queen dies, days of mourning will be decreed in the United Kingdom and as the documents say “Operation London Bridge” there will be several events that they will be frozen.
Said plan warns that during the nine days after her death, sporting events will be suspended, including those of the Premier League.
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