Queen ‘totally committed’ to hosting Christmas at Sandringham after recent health scare – Diverse Bulletin

The 95-year-old monarch’s health became a global worry after she cancelled several royal engagements and spent a night at the hospital. Buckingham Palace said on Friday 29 October that doctors had advised Her Majesty to “continue to rest for at least the next two weeks.”

It added the Queen had been advised she “can continue to undertake light, desk-based duties during this time but not to undertake any official visits.”

However, an insider has revealed that the Queen is insisting on hosting one event at the end of the year: Christmas.

In 2020, the monarch and her late husband Prince Philip spent the festive period on their own following government rules regarding the COVID-19 pandemic.

Now for Christmas 2021, the Queen is reportedly keen to organize a family gathering at her Sandringham estate in Norfolk.

A Palace insider told The Mirror: “This year, more than ever, it is incredibly important to Her Majesty to be surrounded by her loved ones.

“The Queen is totally committed to hosting everyone as she hopes to make it back to full health in the coming weeks.

“Her Majesty is resting under doctors’ orders with the intention of being able to fully enjoy the company of her extended family over the holiday period.

“After being forced to cancel a host of engagements, the family get-together will be the perfect tonic.”

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Royal aides insist the Queen is in “good spirits” and stress her medical team is simply taking “sensible precautions” with its latest advice.

The last time the Queen organised a big gathering was on October 19 when she invited billionaire business leaders, presidential envoys and tech entrepreneurs to Windsor Castle to mark the Global Investment Summit.

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates and US climate envoy John Kerry were among the guests invited to the Queen’s Berkshire home after a day-long conference in London aimed at encouraging foreign funding by showcasing the best of British innovation.

In a foreword for the Global Investment Summit’s official brochure, the Queen said she was “proud” of how the UK is moving towards a sustainable future but “there is still much more to do”.

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She added: “The challenge of today, however, is not in breaking a code.

“It is in working together across the globe to avert the challenges of climate change.

“It is our shared responsibility, of those in government, business, and civil society, to rise to this challenge.”

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