Queen Elizabeth II
She cancels her visit to Northern Ireland
The Queen has to cancel her two-day trip to Northern Ireland. She has “reluctantly accepted medical advice” and is slowing down for the time being.
Queen Elizabeth II, 95, will not travel to Northern Ireland for a two-day visit this Wednesday (October 20) as planned. Actually, the monarch should have attended several events there. But from that she became such as “BBC News” Quoted from a statement by Buckingham Palace, advised against by doctors. It is stressed, however, that “Her Majesty is in good shape” and “is disappointed that she can no longer visit Northern Ireland.”
The statement also stated that the Queen “reluctantly accepted medical advice to cut back on it for the next few days.” She send her warmest greetings to the people of Northern Ireland and look forward to seeing them in the future. According to “BBC News” it is currently assumed that the 95-year-old will be present at the UN climate conference in Glasgow in 2021, which will take place from October 31 to November 12.
Too much expected?
For now, the Queen is resting at Windsor Castle. The news about the canceled trip to Northern Ireland comes after the 95-year-old had attended various appointments and commitments in the past few days. It was not until Tuesday (October 19) that she received Bill Gates (65) after an investor summit in London.
She appeared with a cane at a service at Westminster Abbey and a little later at the opening of the Welsh Parliament in Cardiff. But you don’t have to worry about it, the walking aid only served as a relief, it said.