Buckingham Palace announced Sunday that Queen Elizabeth II has sprained her back and will not attend the Remembrance Sunday service in central London to mourn Britain’s war dead.
Officials claimed the king is “disappointed” to be unable to attend the event. The service was to be the 95-year-old monarch’s first public appearance after physicians advised her to cancel events in recent weeks.
Last month, the queen was brought to a London hospital for testing and spent the night there. The palace announced on Oct. 29 that she had been ordered to rest for two weeks. She cancelled her trip to the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, Scotland, but sent a video message instead.
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