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Queen Elizabeth II advised to rest for 2 weeks

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Buckingham Palace says Queen Elizabeth II has been asked to rest for at least the next two weeks

LONDON – Queen Elizabeth II has been advised to rest for at least the next two weeks, accepting doctors’ advice to cut her busy schedule, Buckingham Palace said on Friday.

The 95-year-old monarch may continue to perform light office duties during this time, including some virtual audiences. But she will not be able to make it to the Festival of Remembrance on Saturday, November 13.

“However, the Queen’s firm intention remains to be present for the national remembrance service on Remembrance Sunday, November 14,” the palace said, noting a major event on the monarch’s annual calendar.

The move comes just days after Elizabeth canceled her scheduled attendance at the UN climate conference in Glasgow – a move that dashed hopes of the British Conservative government, anxious to show the session’s importance to the comes out of the planet. The climate conference runs from October 31 to November 12 and his presence was meant to kick off it in style and splendor.

The news came after the Sovereign held virtual hearings at Windsor Castle on Tuesday – the first since revelations her doctors ordered her to rest last week. The sovereign greeted the ambassadors of South Korea and Switzerland in her first tech-assisted appearance since being taken to King Edward VII Hospital in London on October 20 for “preliminary inquiries.” She returned to her home in Windsor Castle for lunch the next day and has been doing light chores ever since.

The Queen underwent medical tests after canceling a trip planned to mark the 100th anniversary of the founding of Northern Ireland, and the palace said she had “reluctantly” accepted advice on rest for a few days . The case was not related to COVID-19.

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