Queen elizabeth ii health news | Queen under medical care at Balmoral

 The Queen was under intensive care at Balmoral after doctors became concerned about her health, Buckingham Palace said.

The Queen's ladies all gathered at a Scottish country house near Aberdeen. A statement said, "After another examination this morning, the gynecologists are concerned about the health of the Owner and have recommended that he be under medical care."

The Queen is "comfortable", he added. It is unusual for Buckingham Palace to release a statement like this - they usually want to answer questions about the health of the 96-year-old monarch, which is considered private.Her son, Prince Charles, is at Balmoral with his wife, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.

His grandson, the Duke of Cambridge, his other sons, the Duke of York and the Earl of Wessex, and his wife Sophie, Countess of Wessex, arrived at Aberdeen Airport shortly before 4am BST.Prince William drove alone in a car together to the Queen's Scottish home, a journey of about 40 miles (64 km).Her daughter, Princess Anne, is already in Scotland celebrating and staying at Balmoral.

The Duchess of Cambridge stayed in Windsor with her children on their first full day at school. The Duke of Sussex travels separately to Balmoral. A spokesman said his wife Meghan was not with him. The couple from the United States traveled to the UK to attend a charity event.

There is a clear concern for the Queen's health - clearly more than before and without any reference to her only about the difficulty of movement. There is also a prohibition against unfounded speculation, such as that it will fail. On Tuesday, he was photographed smiling as he greeted new Prime Minister Liz Truss. But since the last-minute cancellation of what would have been a virtual meeting of the Privy Council - made up of ministers - there is no doubt that the Queen's health is fragile.

Ms Truss said "the whole country" would be deeply concerned by the news. He added: "My thoughts - and the thoughts of people across our UK - are with Her Majesty the Queen and her family at this time."

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