Concerns were raised over Queen Elizabeth II’s health today after Buckingham Palace said her doctors were “concerned” about her health and advised her to remain under supervision.
Since October last year, the queen has been affected by ongoing health problems that have left her with difficulty walking and standing.
On Wednesday, she withdrew from a planning meeting with senior political advisers after being told to take a break.
Here are live updates on Queen Elizabeth II’s health:
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Plane carrying royals in Aberdeen
The plane, which landed in Aberdeen, was carrying the Dukes of Cambridge, York and the Earl and Countess of Wessex, the BBC reported.
A plane carrying seven members of the royal family has landed at Aberdeen Airport.
It is unclear who exactly was on the RAF Northolt flight.
Aberdeen Airport is about an hour’s drive from Balmoral.
Queen Elizabeth II’s closest family members travelled on Thursday to meet the 96-year-old monarch after doctors placed her under medical supervision, AFP reported, drawing attention from British political and religious leaders.
Britain’s longest-reigning monarch has been plagued by health problems since October, making it difficult for her to walk and stand.
All her children – Prince Charles, 73, Princess Anne, 72, Prince Andrew, 62, and Prince Edward, 58, in line to the throne, are or will be on their way to the Balmoral royal estate in Scotland, aides say meet her.
Also heading to Balmoral was Charles’ eldest son, Prince William, as well as his younger son, Prince Harry and his wife Meghan, for a rare visit to the UK after giving up royal life to move to the US.