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A statement by Buckingham Palace at noon today (September 8th) made everyone tremble for the Queen.
Because her health is worrying, many people support her with thoughts and prayers.
“Following further developments this morning, the Queen’s doctors are concerned about Her Majesty’s health and have recommended that she remain under medical supervision,” the palace said. “The Queen remains at Balmoral and is comfortable there.”
A statement that causes a stir. Because while Buckingham Palace has always tried to say as little as possible in recent months, this time they feel obliged to make this statement public.
That Prince Charles (73) and his wife Camilla (75), Princess Anne (72), Prince Andrew (62), Prince Edward (58) and Prince William (40) have already arrived in Balmoral and even Prince Harry (37) rushing to Scotland with his wife Meghan (41) also speaks for itself.
Prime Minister Liz Truss (47)
“The whole country is very concerned about the news from Buckingham Palace at lunchtime. My thoughts – and the thoughts of people across our UK – are with Her Majesty The Queen and her family,” the British Prime Minister tweeted.
Presenter Katja Burkhard (57)
“Pray for her majesty! The news from Great Britain saddens me too. I have always admired Queen Elizabeth II: her poise, her dignity, her understanding of her role – she is one of the greatest figures in history. I bow to her with the greatest respect,” wrote the RTL presenter on Instagram.
Reporter Piers Morgan (57)
British author and reporter Piers Morgan was completely speechless after the shock statement. Along with a photo of a smiling queen, he posted a praying emoji.
Lindsay Hoyle (65), Speaker of the British House of Commons
“We send our best wishes to Her Majesty the Queen. You and the Royal Family are in our thoughts and prayers at this moment.”
Justin Welby (66), Archbishop of Canterbury
Justin Welby tweeted: “My prayers and the prayers of the people of the Church of England and the nation go to Her Majesty the Queen today. May the presence of God be strength and comfort on Balmoral on Her Majesty, her family and those caring for her.”
Vincent Nichols (76), Archbishop of Westmister
Noisy BBC Cardinal Vincent Nichols, the Archbishop of Westminster and head of the Catholic Church in England and Wales, said he was “concerned” at the news of the Queen’s health.
He added, “May the blessings of the Lord strengthen and comfort you and your family.”
Jeffrey Mark Donaldson (59), leader of the Democratic Unionist Party in Northern Ireland
“My thoughts and prayers and those of the party are with the Queen and her family at this time.”
Former Prime Minister David Cameron (55)
“I am very concerned by the news from Buckingham Palace. My heartfelt thoughts and prayers go out to Her Majesty The Queen and the Royal Family at this worrying time.”
Former Prime Minister Tony Blair (69)
“It is extremely worrying to hear the news from Buckingham Palace. My thoughts and prayers are with the Queen and her family at this difficult time.”
Not to forget: the people
Dozens of people have gathered outside the gates of Balmoral Castle in Aberdeenshire to offer their best wishes for the Queen. According to the BBC, several police officers are guarding the driveway gates where the Queen is currently being accompanied by her family.
A crowd also gathers in front of Buckingham Palace, thoughts and prayers always with the Queen. Tears flowed that afternoon.
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