Queen, 95, forced to skip church service as she rests on doctors’ advice – .

Queen, 95, forced to skip church service as she rests on doctors’ advice – .

Her Majesty The Queen was expected at All Saints Chapel in Windsor but reportedly missed the service

Her Majesty was expected at All Saints Chapel in Windsor
The Queen was forced to miss church as she rested on the advice of doctors, according to reports.
Her Majesty was due to attend All Saints Chapel in Windsor, but reportedly missed the service.

She is believed to be saving her energy for the COP26 eco-summit in Glasgow which she is due to attend next Monday.

It comes after the monarch was forced to stay overnight in hospital after being admitted for precautionary testing earlier in the week.

The 95-year-old has also canceled a planned trip to Northern Ireland.

The queen with a cane at the beginning of the month


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Royal author Angela Levin told The Sun: “I’m glad she didn’t go to church because she may be listening and is agreeing to take a step back temporarily.

“Going to church on a Sunday may seem like a small event, but it is a very big thing for the Queen and for any woman her age.

“She is very religious and it is very important for her personally to go to church every Sunday. “

But Ms Levin said the trip was grueling and saw fit for the Queen to miss the service so she could do more in the future.

Queen in engagement earlier in October



Last night, sources at Buckingham Palace did not dispute the report that the Queen had missed church by saying she was told to rest.

After her visit to the hospital earlier this week, a palace spokesperson said: “Following medical advice to rest for a few days, the Queen went to the hospital on Wednesday afternoon for medical advice. preliminary inquiries, returning to Windsor Castle at lunchtime today, and remaining in a good mood. ”

The royal doctors are said to have acted with a ‘naturally cautious approach’, with one source claiming the Queen’s overnight stay was due to ‘practical reasons’ due to the 26 mile return journey to Windsor Castle.

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