Prince Harry is headed to Balmoral Palace in Scotland to join the rest of the Royal after the Buckingham Palace has announced British longest serving Monarch Queen Elizabeth II under medical supervision.
In a worrying statement shared by Buckingham Palace, they said that doctors are ‘concerned, about the Queen’s health and have recommended that he remains under medical supervision.
British royal family has converged at Balmoral Palace which has put citizens on tension worrying about the health status of the queen.
Prince of Wales Charles and his wife Camilla, the duchess of Cornwall have traveled to Balmoral. Princess Anne is already in Scotland.
Prince William, Prince Edward, Sophie the Countess of Wessex and Prince Andrew have all arrived in Balmoral.
Kate the Duchess of Cambridge and Meghan the Duchess of Sussex have remained in England.
Yesterday, just a day after the queen appointed her 15th Prime Minister, she postponed a Privy Council Meeting after doctors recommended so.
In a full statement, the palace said:
“Following further evaluation this morning, the queen’s doctors are concerned for her majesty’s health and have recommended she remain under medical supervision. The queen remains comfortable at Balmoral”
Born in 1926, Queen Elizabeth has been a queen of United Kingdom since 1952 making her the longest reigning British monarch.
Further updates about the Queen’s health will be shared as they arrive.