Queen Elizabeth II canceled a trip scheduled for this Wednesday to Northern Ireland on medical advice and will rest for the next few days, reported a spokesman for Buckingham Palace, her official residence in London.
In a statement, the same source indicated that the 95-year-old sovereign, “have reluctantly accepted medical advice to rest for the next few days”And is currently in Windsor Castle.
Without giving more details, the Royal House added that “Her Majesty is in good spirits and disappointed that she will not be able to visit Northern Ireland, where she would have made a number of engagements today and tomorrow.”.
“The Queen sends her best and warmest wishes to the people of Northern Ireland and is looking forward to visiting (the province) in the future”Adds the spokesperson.
Although the reason for the cancellation of the trip is unknown, local media assure that the decision is not related to the coronavirus.
The British press also points out that the monarch is expected to attend, as scheduled, the next COP26 climate summit, which will start in Glasgow (Scotland) next month.
Isabel II refused on the eve (Tuesday) to be distinguished with the award “Oldie of the year”(“ Old woman of the year ”):“One is only as old as it feels”, Has declared the British sovereign.
His private secretary, Tom Laing-Baker, communicated by letter to the magazine that presents the award, “The Oldie“, That the monarch”does not believe that it meets the relevant criteria to be able to accept it ”.