Queen Elizabeth has been all over the news in the past few weeks following her shocking hospitalization in October. Though the palace clarified that Her Majesty’s admission to the sanatorium is not related to the COVID-19, devoted supporters remain anxious as they believe that there are details being hidden to the public.
There were even reports claiming that Queen Elizabeth might be suffering from a more serious ailment than what is being promulgated to her followers. However, Prince Charles previously assured the public that his mother is doing fine as doctors told her to rest.
Recently, royal expert Russell Meyers, during a recent episode of the Pod Save The Queen podcast, revealed the whereabouts of Queen Elizabeth after being a no-show in some recent royal engagements. Keep on reading to know more details.
Where Is Queen Elizabeth Amid Health Crisis?
Russell Meyers claimed that Queen Elizabeth “will be far and wide” in the middle of the growing concerns about her health status. The royal expert, during last week’s Pod Save The Queen episode, said:
“She wanted to go to the big house [Sandringham] and have some meetings with the staff about what is happening in the coming weeks. But she also spent some time at Wood Farm and that is, obviously, where her husband Prince Philip spent his final years after he retired in 2017. I think that tells you where the Queen is at. She needed to be there, she needed to seek some solace. It had been a particularly tough couple of weeks, she’d been in hospital and she’d been told by doctors that she needed to slow down.”
Express UK reported Prince Philip chose to star in a five-bedroom farmhouse called Wood Farm despite him and Queen Elizabeth owning other bigger properties. The said house is located on a corner of the 600-acre Sandringham estate, which also houses Prince William and Kate Middleton’s Anmer Hall.
The husband of Queen Elizabeth reportedly loved the relative seclusion that the Wood Farm had offered. Because of that, Prince Philip was forced to divide his time between Windsor Castle and Sandringham when he was still alive.
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Hello! Magazine claimed that a new kitchen was unveiled in Wood Farm shortly after Prince Philip announced his retirement. The late better half of Queen Elizabeth reportedly enjoyed painting, reading, and inviting his pals over.
Aside from Prince Philip, other royal family members also spent some time at the said cottage. Prince William and Kate Middleton reportedly stayed in the Wood Farm with some of their close friends before officially tying the knot.
Sarah Ferguson, the former wife of Prince Andrew, allegedly spent Christmas for years in the said Sandringham farmhouse when her two daughters, Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice, were growing up.
Queen Elizabeth has yet to comment on Russell Meyers’ most recent claims. This Christmas will be Her Majesty’s first without Prince Philip by her side.
Prince Charles Gave Update On Queen Elizabeth’s Health
Meanwhile, Prince Charles gave an update about the health of Queen Elizabeth during his trip to Jordan Wednesday. The ex-husband of the late Princess Diana and Camilla Parker-Bowles flew off to Jorden and Egypt to discuss the climate crisis.
When asked about the most recent condition of Queen Elizabeth, Prince Charles told Sky News:
"She’s all right, thank you very much. Once you get to 95, it’s not quite as easy as it used to be. It’s bad enough at 73."
The statements of Prince Charles about Queen Elizabeth’s health come three days after Her Majesty was forced to cancel her attendance at the Remembrance Sunday Service due to a sprained back. The monarch also canceled a scheduled trip to Northern Ireland on Oct. 20 after her doctors advised her to rest.
Queen Elizabeth also failed to grace the U.N. climate summit in Glasgow in October. She was later told to undertake only light activities and was advised to rest for two more weeks.
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