After cancellations and health concerns: This is how Queen Elizabeth feels now

Queen Elizabeth is ready to celebrate Christmas for the whole family.

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In recent weeks, the British Queen has otherwise been forced to cancel several events due to illness, but now there is finally good news from Buckingham Palace.

According to the British media, Queen Elizabeth has told her family that she is much better off and that she is looking forward to seeing them at the castle in Sandringham this Christmas.

It writes, among others, the Daily Mail.

Queen Elizabeth photographed at Remembrance Day last year.  (Stock Photo)

Queen Elizabeth photographed at Remembrance Day last year. (Stock Photo)
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When the Queen recently – for the first time in 22 years – canceled the traditional Remembrance Sunday, it understandably caused concern among the British.

The day of remembrance for the fallen in the two world wars usually puts the aging monarch very much on his mind, and it was indeed a very annoying queen who had to stay home due to bad back.

On the whole, doctors have recently advised the Queen to rest.

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Now, several British media are happily writing that the 95-year-old Elizabeth is feeling much better and is getting ready to celebrate Christmas for most of the royal family. Reportedly, both Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla and William and Kate and their three children plan to celebrate Christmas with the Queen.

Prince Edward, Princess Anne, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie and their respective families have also been invited to the festival, which will be the first without Prince Philip.

It is not long ago that Queen Elizabeth had to spend the night in the hospital due to illness.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson, however, stressed that the Queen was “very well” when he visited her a few days later:

Already on Sunday, there were signs of an improvement as the regent attended the baptism of his two youngest grandchildren.

This image of Queen Elizabeth is cause for concern.  On November 17, she met General Sir Nick Carter at Winsor Castle.

This image of Queen Elizabeth is cause for concern. On November 17, she met General Sir Nick Carter at Winsor Castle.
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And last week, she slowly started working again.

But it only gave rise to new concerns.

In pictures from an audience with General Sir Nick Carter at Windsor Castle, it was clear that the Queen’s hands were completely purple.

A condition that, according to experts, may be due to an arthritic disease.

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