After a short car ride that reassured many, Elizabeth II took a trip… by helicopter this time. Doctors have indeed authorized the Queen of England to go to Sandringham, as revealed by The Mirror on Thursday, November 4.
The 95-year-old monarch has been authorized by her doctors to take a trip by helicopter this Thursday, November 4, to spend the weekend at her country residence in Norfolk, Sandringham, as revealed by The Mirror. This trip has been planned for some time in order to prepare the arrival of her family for the Christmas period.
Elizabeth II had hoped to spend the weekend in her other residence, so she was “delighted that her doctors have given her the green light to travel,” said a royal source, according to our confrères. A favorable response that suggests that the wife of the late Prince Philip is much better. “Her Majesty is very eager to welcome her family to her home in Norfolk for the Christmas vacations. (…) She has been traveling with good understanding with her doctors,” he said, recalling that she must continue to rest.
A reassuring news
The members of the royal family as well as a good part of the world were very worried about the health of the Queen of England in recent weeks. Elizabeth II had to go to hospital on the night of Wednesday 20 to Thursday 21 October 2021 to undergo a series of “preliminary examinations” in London for “practical reasons”, said Buckingham Palace.
However, the images of this November 1 have reassured many people. The monarch was seen driving her car as well as in a video broadcast during the COP26. Despite the fact that she was not able to attend in person, Elizabeth II still spoke publicly and increased her tributes to Prince Philip. The video was published on ITV News and then on Twitter.