The Queen is currently in Balmoral to receive medical care.

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The Queen is currently in Balmoral to receive medical care. According to Buckingham Palace, the Queen is under medical observation at Balmoral after doctors expressed worry over her health.

Each of the Queen’s children and their spouses has gathered at the palace in Aberdeen, Scotland.

The Queen’s doctors are “concerned for Her Majesty’s health” and have recommended she remain under medical observation, according to a statement released this morning.

It was also noted that the Queen is “comfortable.”

This kind of declaration from Buckingham Palace is quite rare, as the palace is typically reluctant to remark on the 96-year-old monarch’s private medical problems.

Prince Charles, her son, and his wife, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, are currently vacationing in Balmoral.

In the hours before 16:00 BST, her grandson, the Duke of Cambridge, and his brothers, the Duke of York and the Earl of Wessex, as well as his wife, Sophie, Countess of Wessex, landed in Aberdeen.

The trip to the Queen’s Scottish home was around 40 miles, and they were driven there by Prince William alone in a car (64km).

Princess Anne, her daughter, was already in Scotland for a series of events and is currently residing in the royal retreat of Balmoral.

In honor of her children’s first full day at school, the Duchess of Cambridge has stayed in Windsor with them.

The Duke of Sussex is making his way to Balmoral on his own. The couple’s spokesperson confirmed that Meghan, his wife, will not be joining him. The American couple was in the UK for a good cause.

Much more so than previously, and without limiting the discussion to mobility issues alone, there are serious worries about the Queen’s health.

There are also disclaimers against making assumptions, like that she fell. And on Tuesday, she was all smiles when she named Liz Truss as the country’s new prime minister.

In any case, the Queen’s health is clearly precarious as evidenced by the abrupt cancellation of what would have been a purely virtual meeting of the Privy Council, consisting of top ministers.

Ms. Truss predicted that the “whole country” would be “very disturbed” after hearing the news.

Her Majesty The Queen and her family are in my thoughts and the minds of people all around the United Kingdom, she said.

Instead of making the trip to London, the Queen nominated Ms. Truss as prime minister while she was visiting Balmoral.

The Queen has traditionally met with each new prime minister at Buckingham Palace during her 70-year reign.

The prayers of people all throughout the [Church of England] and the nation are with Her Majesty the Queen today,” Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby stated.

A prayer for God’s peace and strength to be with Her Majesty at Balmoral, her loved ones, and those who care for her.

The Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, expressed Canada’s “wishing her well” and “sending our best to the Royal Family” to the Queen, who is also the head of state for 14 Commonwealth states.

American Vice President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden are “solidly and squarely with the Queen today and her family,” as stated by the White House.

While members of parliament were hearing about the government’s new strategy to assist households and companies with energy expenses, news of the Queen’s illness began to circulate.

Minutes later, the palace statement arrived when Nadhim Zahawi, chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, entered the Commons and chatted with Ms. Truss, passing notes to the Commons speaker and the Labour front bench.

Sir Keir Starmer, leader of the opposition Labour Party, expressed “great worry,” and Nicola Sturgeon, first minister of Scotland, offered the monarch her best wishes.

The First Minister of Wales, Mark Drakeford, extended his country’s condolences.

Since July, the queen has been spending her vacation at her Scottish residence.

One of the estate’s entrances is guarded by barriers.

There was a mellow crowd waiting outside Buckingham Palace, the Queen’s official London residence, as the rain was predicted.