A major royal tradition has just been canceled as speculation mounts over the Queen’s health

The Royal Palace made an unexpected and significant announcement regarding Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s ill health on September 8. “Following further examinations this morning, the Queen’s doctors are concerned about Her Majesty’s health and have recommended that she remain under medical supervision ‘ Buckingham Palace announced (via the New York Times). “The Queen stays comfortable and on Balmoral.”

The statement added to growing concerns about their well-being, as historically it is rare for royal officials to share information on matters of a personal nature. Aside from answering Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Oprah Winfrey interview, they last made an official statement to update the public on the Queen’s COVID-19 diagnosis. “The fact that they have made this statement is deeply concerning. They don’t usually do that,” royal author Phil Dampier told Newsweek. “Until now I thought she had mobility issues, problems with her hips and her knees.”

Concerns grew when BBC1 canceled its scheduled program to provide ongoing coverage of the Queen’s medical situation. The other four UK terrestrial television channels also suspended their regular programming for news updates. Meanwhile, the Queen’s immediate family have rushed to Scotland to be by her side, according to the BBC. The day before, Queen Elizabeth II was forced by doctors’ orders to cancel a secret meeting – and a major royal tradition has just been canceled as speculation mounts about the Queen’s ill health.

Britain is preparing for the loss of its beloved Queen

In recent years, Queen Elizabeth II has lost her 73-year-old husband, battled COVID-19 and grappled with the aftermath of the Megxit. In addition, the Queen’s relationship with Prince Andrew, long thought to be her favorite son, was fractured over sexual assault and his friendship with convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. All the extra stress and strain must have affected the already frail 96-year-old’s health. Unfortunately, the toll seems to have been even worse than anyone expected.

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According to The Guardian, the Queen Mother died peacefully in her sleep at the age of 101, so it was assumed Queen Elizabeth II would also live to be a centenarian. However, the monarch’s health appears to be deteriorating by the hour and the British public are preparing for the loss of their beloved Queen.

The New York Post reported that Buckingham Palace’s September 8 Changing of the Guard was canceled amid mounting concerns about Queen Elizabeth’s well-being. The iconic ceremony dates back to 1660 when Henry VIII created royal bodyguards for the first time. At the parade, the “Old Guard” hands over the responsibility of protecting the palace and the monarch to the “New Guard”. Their red uniforms, tall bearskin hats and the pageantry and pageantry of military tradition are synonymous with London, Buckingham Palace and the royal family. The ceremony is a tourist attraction and generations of children have tried unsuccessfully to make a Foot Guard smile while posing for a photograph. Her refusal could be an indication of how serious the Queen’s condition really is.