US President Joe Biden sent his ‘thoughts’ to the Queen and her family
Joe Biden and his wife Jill are “thinking of the Queen (Elizabeth II) and her family,” a White House spokesman said Thursday, amid deep concern for the 96-year-old monarch’s health.
John Kirby repeated that during an interview on Thursday with several leaders, including the US president, British Prime Minister Liz Truss, he said he “thought a lot about the Queen and the people of the United Kingdom”. The White House’s National Security Council, Joe Biden, was regularly briefed on the matter.
Prince William arrived at Balmoral with several members of the royal family
Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and the Queen’s grandson, Prince Andrew, arrived at Balmoral with Prince Edward and his wife Sophie.
According to British media, Meghan did not travel to Balmoral with Harry
Prince Harry is traveling to Scotland to meet Queen Elizabeth II, but he is traveling alone without his wife Meghan, according to multiple British media outlets.
According to the same sources she may join him “later”.
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Members of the royal family travel to Balmoral Castle, Scotland, to be at the Queen’s bedside. But what is this residence?
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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sent “his thoughts” to Queen Elizabeth II
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau tweeted his thoughts to Queen Elizabeth II.
“My thoughts and those of Canadians across the country are with Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II at this time,” he wrote.
A plane carrying seven members of the royal family, including Prince William, landed in Scotland
A flight from London has landed at Aberdeen Airport in north-east Scotland. According to the BBC, seven members of the royal family are on board, including Prince William, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward.
Aberdeen Airport is an hour’s drive from Balmoral.
When the BBC interrupts its programs to announce news of the Queen’s health
The BBC, the British public broadcaster, interrupted its programs on Thursday over Queen Elizabeth II’s health, which was deemed “worrisome” by doctors.
The host wore black tie and adopted a more serious tone.
In the British Parliament, notes were circulated warning about the Queen’s health
News of the Queen’s “worrying” health broke through the Lower House of Parliament in the afternoon, amid debate over new Prime Minister Liz Truss’s announcements on the energy crisis. Many political figures got a hint first and some left half a cycle.
Who are Queen Elizabeth II’s bedside physicians?
Since Elizabeth II contracted Covid-19 in February, her health has been closely monitored not only by her ladies-in-waiting, but also by her royal doctors.
The royal family has a 24-hour medical team of doctors and surgeons. The team is led by Sir Hugh Thomas, physician to the Queen.
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Former Prime Minister Tony Blair has expressed ‘deep concern’ about the Queen’s health
Former Prime Minister Tony Blair said he was “deeply concerned” about the Queen’s health.
“It is deeply disturbing to hear today’s news from Buckingham Palace,” he said in a statement.
“My thoughts and prayers are with Her Majesty the Queen and her family at this troubling time,” he continued.
Press from around the world around Buckingham Palace in London
As the Queen’s doctors announced that Queen Elizabeth II’s condition is critical, several media outlets gathered in front of Buckingham Palace awaiting further news.
All of Elizabeth II’s relatives attend her bedside in Scotland
Queen Elizabeth II has four children, eight grandchildren and twelve great-grandchildren. His relatives visit his bedside this Thursday:
- Prince Charles, his first son and heir to the throne, and his wife Camilla
- Princess Anne, his daughter
- Prince Andrew is her third child to step back from his duties since his involvement in the Epstein affair
- Prince Edward, his youngest son
- Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, is the Queen’s grandson
- Prince Harry is the second son of Prince Charles and Diana and his wife Meghan
The changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace was canceled this Thursday
A sign reading ‘Today’s guard ceremony cannot be changed’ is displayed in the courtyard of Buckingham Palace in London on Thursday afternoon.
Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, is staying in Windsor for her children’s first day of school
While members of the royal family travel to Scotland to be with Queen Elizabeth II Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge stayed in Windsor, where she and Prince Charles recently moved.
In fact, according to British media, this Thursday is the first day at the new school for Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
Harry and Meghan on their way to Scotland to visit Queen Elizabeth II’s bed
Prince Harry and his wife Meghan are traveling to Balmoral Castle in Scotland to visit Queen Elizabeth II’s bed, according to a spokesman for the couple.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who live in the US, were already in England as they were due to attend a charity event in London on Thursday evening.
Britons gather outside Balmoral Castle, home of Queen Elizabeth II
Dozens of people gathered outside Scotland’s Balmoral Castle on Wednesday afternoon after learning Queen Elizabeth II was unwell, SkyNews reported.
All of Queen Elizabeth II’s children attend her bedside
Princess Anne arrives at Balmoral Castle, where Elizabeth II is staying. Prince Andrew goes by the same name as Prince Edward, the youngest of the Queen’s four children.
According to several British media, the heir to the throne Prince Charles and his wife Camilla have also arrived in Scotland.
BBC One TV channel cancels regular programs and switches to special edition
England is gasping for breath after doctors announced Queen Elizabeth II’s condition is critical. As a result, Britain’s leading television channel canceled its regular line-up for the special.
Prince Andrew also visits Balmoral, Queen Elizabeth II’s bedside
After William and Charles, Prince Andrew, involved in the Epstein affair, travels to Balmoral, Scotland to visit his mother Elizabeth II at her bedside.
The entire British political class was “concerned” about Elizabeth II’s health
The news has left the United Kingdom in suspense. After Buckingham Palace’s announcement, the country’s political leaders expressed concern about their monarch’s health.
Labor leader Keir Starmer“He should join all the people of the United Kingdom in hoping for a recovery.
Archbishop of Canterbury says ‘nation’s prayers’ with Queen
The Archbishop of Canterbury, who succeeds the Queen as head of the Church of England, sends his prayers to Elizabeth II as her health is declared “critical”.
“My prayers and those of people across Europe, the Church of England and the nation are with Her Majesty the Queen today,” he wrote in a tweet.
Queen Elizabeth II canceled a video conference meeting scheduled for Wednesday
The announcement of concern by Elizabeth II’s doctors comes as she canceled a video conference meeting scheduled for Wednesday.
Buckingham Palace said at the time: ‘After a busy day yesterday, Her Majesty has taken doctors’ advice to rest this afternoon. This means that the Privy Council meeting scheduled for this evening will be rescheduled.
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Queen Elizabeth II received Boris Johnson and Liz Truss on Tuesday
Queen Elizabeth II was last seen in public on Tuesday at her home in Balmoral, Scotland, when she was visited by outgoing Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his successor, Liz Truss.
A meeting that broke with tradition that the monarch would prefer London’s Buckingham Palace for her first interview with a new head of government.
Debates in the British Parliament were briefly interrupted to send ‘congratulations’ to the Queen
As the House of Commons debated the government’s bill on energy prices, Speaker of the House Lindsay Hoyle interrupted briefly to say that “our best wishes” had been sent to the Queen and she would let MPs know if there was any further news.
“We send our best wishes to Her Majesty the Queen and I know I speak for the entire House when I say that she and the Royal Family are in our thoughts and prayers at this time,” he assured.
New Prime Minister Liz Truss says ‘the whole country is concerned’ about news of the Queen’s health
British Prime Minister Liz Truss said the “whole country” was “worried” about Queen Elizabeth II’s health after concerns were raised by her doctors.
“The whole country will be worried about the news from Buckingham this afternoon,” the government leader tweeted.
“My thoughts and those of people across the UK are with Her Majesty The Queen and her family,” he added.
Princes Charles and William visited her home in Balmoral
“The Queen continues to feel comfortable and at home at Balmoral,” her castle in Scotland, Elizabeth II’s doctors said in a press release. Princes Charles and William go there.
The Queen’s doctors expressed “concern” about her health
Hello everyone and after the release of an official press release from Buckingham Palace, a direct greeting dedicated to concerns about the health of Elizabeth II.
The 96-year-old Queen’s doctors said they were “concerned” about her health and had “recommended she remain under medical observation” at her Balmoral Castle in Scotland.
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