The Queen tells her family that she feels much better, and looks forward to welcoming the whole royal family to Sandringham for Christmas.

  • After she cancelled her engagements, concerns about her health have increased.
  • She also missed her 22-year-old Remembrance Sunday Ceremony.
  • However, sources claim she is currently recovering and will join the Royals at Christmas.

According to reports, The Queen said to her family that she’s feeling better and looks forward to hosting Sandringham’s royal guests this Christmas.

Concerns over the monarch’s health have grown recently after she cancelled a number of engagements, which included missing the Remembrance Sunday ceremony for the first time in 22 years due to a back injury.

Buckingham Palace claimed she decided not to attend the Cenotaph London service ‘with great regret’, and that it was disappointing to miss. 

The Queen has told her family she is feeling much better and looking forward to hosting the rest of the royals at Sandringham this Christmas, according to reports

According to reports, The Queen said to her family that she’s feeling better and looks forward to hosting Sandringham’s royals this Christmas.

Before being discharged from hospital, she had spent the night with an unconfirmed condition. Doctors then told her to go home. 

Boris Johnson, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, claimed that she was in good health when he visited her at Windsor just a few days later.

Sources close to the Queen insist she is well and intends to return to Norfolk on Friday, December 17 according to Mirror.

The first Christmas after the death of Prince Philip, will bring about some emotional moments. 

Although a train trip from London to Kings Lynn would be possible, she is likely to take a helicopter flight from Windsor. This takes approximately 50 minutes.

Charles and Camilla are expected to be her guests at this holiday season, along with William and Kate, and their three children.

Invitations have been sent out to Prince Edward, Princess Anne and Princess Beatrice as well their partners and children.

The Queen welcomes the Governor of the Bank of England Andrew Bailey during an audience in the Oak Room at Windsor Castle on Wednesday

The Governor of England Andrew Bailey, welcomed by Queen Elizabeth II at an audience held in Windsor Castle’s Oak Room.

The paper was told by a source that the Queen had told everybody she felt much better lately and is looking forward to hosting them at Christmas.

“Like other families, Her Majesty will finally be able to gather with her extended relatives after so many years of being separated by the coronavirus epidemic,”