Doctors may advise you to rest. Queen Elizabeth IIAt 95 years old, he is the oldest and longest-serving monarch of British history. He will not be attending the global climateThe summit will be held in Glasgow, Scotland starting next week, Buckingham Palace stated Tuesday.
The queen was due to attend a reception at the Ambassador Hotel on Monday with world leaders including Prime Minister Boris Johnson (President) and Vice President Biden (Prime Minister). 26th United Nations Climate Change ConferenceIt is also known as COP26.
“Her Majesty is disappointed not to attend the reception but will deliver an address to the assembled delegates via a recorded video message,” the palace said in a statement.
Elizabeth skipped ceremonies last week in Belfast marking the centennial of the creation of Northern Ireland, after the palace said she was accepting her doctors’ advice to rest for a few days.
She was hospitalized overnight last week for what the palace described only as “preliminary investigations.” Royal officials have not elaborated on her condition, but there has been no public indication that she is seriously ill.
“The Queen has been undertaking light duties at Windsor Castle,” the palace said on Tuesday. On Tuesday, she had a video conference with a foreign ambassador.
The queen was recently recorded expressing interest in the issue of global warming, and saying of world leaders, “it’s really irritating when they talk, but they don’t do.”
Elizabeth, who took the throne on 1952, is the only monarch most Britons know. In February, she will have been queen for 70 years, well beyond the record of 63 years set by her great-great-grandmother, Queen Victoria.
The current queen is also by far the longest-lived monarch; Victoria, who died at age 81, was the previous oldest.
Elizabeth’s husband of 73 years, Prince PhilipThe queen, who was 99 years old, died in April. However, she soon resumed an active public schedule. In June, she joined leaders of the world’s wealthiest democracies at the Group of 7 summit meetingCornwall, England