Prince Charles has given an update on Queen Elizabeth's health, as the monarch sits out 2021's Festival of Remembrance.
Concern has been growing for the Queen, 95-years-old, after the monarch cancelled a series of scheduled appearances through October and November.
It was reported that the Queen had been advised to take a leave of rest, for a number of weeks, cancelling a planned two-day trip to Ireland, sitting out an evening at COP26 and avoiding a public turn at the Festival of Remembrance, due to be held on November 13. A statement from the Palace read: 'Following on from their recent advice that the Queen should rest for a few days, Her Majesty’s doctors have advised that she should continue to rest for at least the next two weeks.'
This morning, Thursday November 11, Prince Charles headed to Brixton in South London, in an ambassadorial role for his Prince's trust foundation. The Express reports that a number of royal fans standing outside Brixton's NatWest branch solicited Prince Charles for news of his mother's health.
To which, the future King gave a brief, but reassuring reply that 'she is doing well.'
Prince Charles then continued to greet well-wishers, before meeting with the young entrepreneurs being supported by his foundation.
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