Queen Elizabeth II returned to work ‘on Friday’ after her ‘first overnight stay in a hospital’
in years for “preliminary examinations,” according to Buckingham Palace.
The 95-year-old king, according to the palace, spent Wednesday night at the private King Edward VII’s Hospital, undergoing tests after postponing an after a brief stay in the hospital, Queen Elizabeth II returns to work. official ‘trip to Northern ‘ Ireland to commemorate its 100th anniversary.
According to the palace, Queen Elizabeth accepted medical advice to take a few days off.
By Thursday midday, she had returned to Windsor Castle. The incident had nothing to do with COVID-19, and she was in “excellent spirits” late Thursday, according to the palace.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson expressed his congratulations on the queen’s resumption of her responsibilities on Friday.
Johnson told reporters, “I am given to hear that Her Majesty is, typically, back at her desk at Windsor as we speak.”
The queen attended a reception for senior business executives Tuesday night, after Prime Minister Johnson’s green investment conference ahead of the COP26 climate meeting. Bill Gates and US climate envoy John Kerry who among the guests. Along with her, the queen’s son, ‘Prince Charles, 72′, and grandson,’ Prince William, 39′, welcomed visitors.
The Queen’s visit to the hospital was remarkable since the last time she was seen in a hospital was in 2013, when she was suffering from gastrointestinal symptoms. She had eye cataract surgery in 2018 and a knee procedure in 2003.
The king will celebrate his platinum jubilee, or seventy years on the throne, next year. In recent years, the queen has taken on fewer responsibilities, although she is known to keep a bustling schedule. She will welcome global ‘ leaders at the United Nations climate ‘ conference in Glasgow, Scotland, in less than 2 weeks.