Doctors tell the Queen to rest for at least TWO WEEKS: Her Majesty will not take part in any official visits and will miss Festival of Remembrance on November 13 as she continues to recuperate from hospital stay

The Queen has been ordered by doctors to cancel all public engagements and rest for at least another two weeks.

The 95-year-old will not undertake any official visits and will be confined to ‘light, desk-based’ duties only.

She will miss the traditional Festival of Remembrance at the Royal Albert Hall on November 13, but has vowed to attend the service at the Cenotaph the following day.

Royal sources said last night that Her Majesty views the occasion as ‘unmissable’ and as one of her ‘most sacred duties’.

Aides insisted that the Queen was in ‘good spirits’ and stressed that her medical team were simply taking ‘sensible precautions’.

In fact, earlier in the day she was well enough to record her video message to be played at the opening of the Cop26 climate change summit in Glasgow on Monday.

But the latest announcement is unlikely to calm public concern over the monarch’s health. It will be one of the longest, and most significant, absences as a result of ill health during her reign.

It comes after she was secretly taken to hospital for a night last week. The Palace has still not explained the reason for that admission, with royal aides saying only that it was for ‘preliminary investigations’.

Since last appearing in public nearly two weeks ago, the Queen has only carried out virtual engagements, with the latest coming yesterday when she virtually presented English poet David Constantine – who was at Buckingham Palace – with The Queen’s Gold Medal for Poetry.

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Source: Daily Mail