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Queen Elizabeth II is in 'very good form' following doctors' advice to rest, Boris Johnson says

Queen Elizabeth II is in 'very good form' following doctors' advice to rest, Boris Johnson says

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Boris Johnson, the British Prime Minister, said that Queen Elizabeth II had been “very good” in their weekly discussion earlier this week.

He made his comment after Buckingham Palace stated that the monarch, 95 years old, had been given two more weeks of rest by doctors.

Johnson said that she spoke with Her Majesty every week in my job, and she was very well behaved.” Johnson made the remarks to ITV News at the Group of 20 Summit in Rome.

Johnson is the prime minister and has a weekly meeting with Queen Elizabeth II. It took place on Wednesday, the most recent.

QUEEN ELISABETH II IS ADVISED BY DOCTORS TO RETREAT FOR TWO MORE WEEKS. UNABLE TO TRAVEL TO PLANNED ENGAGEMENTS.

Johnson explained that Johnson was told by her physicians that she needs to be at rest. Johnson added that everyone wishes Johnson all the best.

Last week, the queen underwent medical tests and spent a night at London’s King Edward VII’s Hospital, her first such stay in in eight years.

Since then, the queen has worked hard and will continue to do desk-based tasks.

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During her break, she won’t be attending the U.N. summit on climate in Glasgow, Scotland. This event starts Sunday. She has however recorded a message which will be sent to all attendees.

His comment comes a day after Buckingham Palace said the 95-year-old monarch has been told to rest by doctors for another two weeks.

The Nov. 13 Festival of Remembrance will be skipped by her at London’s Royal Albert Hall. This event is meant to recognize the men and women of the Commonwealth and British who have died fighting wars, natural disasters, or pandemics in order to defend and protect the nation.

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However, the palace said it is the queen’s “firm intention” to be present for a Remembrance Sunday ceremony in central London on Nov. 14.

Last week, the queen underwent medical tests and spent a night at London’s King Edward VII’s Hospital, her first such stay in in eight years.

Britain’s longest-lived and longest-reigning monarch, Elizabeth is due to celebrate her Platinum Jubilee — 70 years on the throne — next year.

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