Prince Harry makes emergency trip to the unwell Queen in Scotland

Per a statement from Buckingham Palace today, the Queen's doctors have advised the world that her "doctors are concerned for her health" and have placed the Queen under what they term medical supervision. All the Queen's children are either at, or are travelling to her Scottish estate Balmoral, located near Aberdeen. The Queen was said the comfortable.

UK BBC news wrote that it is very unusual for Buckingham Palace to put out a statement like this, from which we might infer that the health concerns may be serious. 

Meghan and Harry were due to attend the annual WellChild Award ceremony, a charity event in London later today. Prince Harry is patron of WellChild UK. The couple were first both reported to be travelling to Balmoral to be with the Queen, but later we learned that only Prince Harry made the trip and Meghan stayed at the couple's Frogmore Cottage home in Windsor.

Likewise, Prince William made the trip to Scotland alone with Kate remaining at Windsor with their children. 

A photo of the Queen was published this past week, on September 6th when the Queen met with the newly selected Prime Minister Liz Truss. There were concerns at that time about bruising seen on top of the Queen's hands, although the Queen was pictured standing and smiling, apparently in good form. But after that appointment with Ms. Truss, Buckingham Palace announced that a planned virtual meeting that the Queen had been due to attend was being postponed with the Queen being advised by her doctors to rest. 

This situation reminds us how quickly our health can deteriorate and that we can never take life for granted. Sending best wishes to all of the family. 

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