Queen Elizabeth II spent Wednesday night in the hospital to undergo “preliminary examinations”, after which she returned to Windsor Castle this Thursday at noon, according to Buckingham Palace.
In a brief statement, the royal house said that the 95-year-old monarch “is still in good spirits” after passing through a hospital that was not specified. The queen had canceled on Wednesday, a trip she had planned to Northern Ireland on medical recommendation to be able to rest for the next few days.RELATED
“After (receiving) the medical advice to rest for a few days, the queen went to the hospital on Wednesday afternoon for preliminary examinations, returning to Windsor Castle today at lunchtime, and is in good spirits,” he said. the note. According to the BBC, Elizabeth II was examined by specialists at the King Edward VII private hospital, in central London, the same one where her husband, Felipe de Edimburgo, was admitted, before he died last April at the age of 99. .
The entrance of the monarch, who next year celebrates 70 years of reign, is not linked to a possible coronavirus infection, the British public corporation added. The queen’s last public appearance was last Tuesday evening, when she welcomed participants to the Global Investment Forum at Windsor Castle.