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Entertainment 'Knackered' Queen to cut back on 'exhausting' public and private events

00:41  25 october  2021
00:41  25 october  2021 Source:   honey.nine.com.au

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Sir Edward Young, the Queen ’s private secretary, last night faced calls to ‘be ruthless’ and purge the Monarch’s diary after she spent a night in hospital. Officials are said to be drawing up a list of "core" functions and events that the Queen will prioritise, reports the Mail on Sunday. This follows rumours that the " knackered " monarch, 95, who spent the night in hospital for tests last week after cancelling official duties, will be accompanied by one of her children or grandchildren when she appears in public in the future. Members of the Royal Family have already increased the number of engagements they

Queen schedule and late-night TV viewing has left her ' knackered ' sources say. Officials are understood to be drawing up a 'core' list of key events for Queen . Attendance at UN climate change summit and Platinum Jubilee remain in diary. The Queen 's late-night TV viewing and busy schedule of public engagements since lockdown restrictions were lifted have left her ' knackered ', sources have claimed. Since returning from Balmoral this month, Her Majesty, 95, has undertaken 19 public engagements, including marking the Royal British Legion's centenary at Westminster Abbey and

Queen Elizabeth's staff have been instructed to "cut back" her "exhausting" schedule, allowing for much-needed rest following a recent health scare.

A source close to the 95-year-old Queen told The Times, "She is knackered".

Officials are now understood to be prioritising engagements and cancelling those which are not essential.

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Queen Elizabeth at Westminster Abbey on October 12. © Getty Queen Elizabeth at Westminster Abbey on October 12.

Her private diary has also been full of events, including "a constant flow of lunches and dinners with family and friends because the Queen does not want to be alone" after the death of Prince Philip in April, the newspaper reports.

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The Queen will be joined by another Royal Family member on future public visits in case she has to cancel at short notice due to her health. Buckingham Palace aides are now scrambling to cut down the monarch’s schedule after being accused of misleading the public over her condition. Another member of the Royal Family will be on hand to help if she needs company or assistance, according to the Sunday Telegraph. The lifting of Covid restrictions has led to a logjam of events on the Queen ’s busy schedule. Since leaving Balmoral Castle on October 1, she held 13 audiences or meetings

THE Queen will be joined on future public visits by another member of the Royal Family to avoid letting people down last minute in case of health scares, it is reported. The " knackered " monarch, 95, who spent the night in hospital for tests last week after cancelling official duties, will be accompanied by Since returning from her summer break at Balmoral this month, Her Majesty has been whizzing around the country undertaking 19 engagements. Royal sources said the monarch's private schedule has also been packed with "a constant flow of lunches and dinners with family and friends, because the Queen

It also suggests the Queen's habit of staying up late to watch television, including Line of Duty, is contributing to her weariness.

The Queen's private secretary, Sir Edward Young, is now facing calls "to be ruthless" and clear the royal diary so the monarch can rest, reports The Sun.

a man talking on a cell phone: Queen Elizabeth pictured at Windsor Castle in June. © Getty Queen Elizabeth pictured at Windsor Castle in June.

It comes after a new working model for the Queen was laid out, which will reportedly see one of her children or grandchildren joining her on future engagements in case she needs to cancel last minute. The addition of another member of the family would avoid disappointment if the Queen needs to rest.


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Queen Elizabeth will be joined by other royals on public engagements

  Queen Elizabeth will be joined by other royals on public engagements Queen Elizabeth will be joined by other members of the royal family on engagements to avoid letting people down in case of health scares after she was forced to cancel a visit to Northern Ireland last week.The 95-year-old monarch spent a night in hospital for tests last week and was forced to cancel a visit to Northern Ireland but it is said that she will now be accompanied by one of her children or grandchildren for engagements in the future.

Sir Edward Young, the Queen ’s private secretary, last night faced calls to ‘be ruthless’ and purge the Monarch’s diary after she spent a night in hospital. Officials are said to be drawing up a list of "core" functions and events that the Queen will prioritise, reports the Mail on Sunday. This follows rumours that the " knackered " monarch, 95, who spent the night in hospital for tests last week after cancelling official duties, will be accompanied by one of her children or grandchildren when she appears in public in the future. Members of the Royal Family have already increased the number of engagements they

QUEEN ELIZABETH II is reportedly feeling ' knackered ' after a busy schedule packed with lunches and dinners before her hospital stay, a royal insider has claimed. Writing in The Times, Royal expert Roya Nikkah quoted palace sources as saying the Queen ’s life has been busy with “a constant flow of lunches and dinners with family and friends, because the Queen does not want to dine alone.” In recent times the monarch has reportedly spent some late nights up including last month watching Emma Raducanu win the US open and after 11pm and hailed her “remarkable achievement.”

The Queen is also believed to have given up her daily gin and Dubonnet cocktail, and her evening martini, on medical advice as she prepares for a busy few months ahead.

Next year Queen Elizabeth will celebrate her Platinum Jubilee, marking 70 years on the throne - the first monarch in the world to reach the milestone.

Queen Elizabeth opens Welsh Parliament on October 14. © Getty Queen Elizabeth opens Welsh Parliament on October 14.

The medical household is now awaiting test results and advice from specialists, before advising the Queen on when she can sensibly return to official duties, the Telegraph UK said at the weekend.

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A planned speech at the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow is still going ahead, for now, with the Queen expected to lead senior members of the royal family in attending the historic talks in November.

Since her return from Balmoral Castle the Queen has had 19 engagements, including the opening of Welsh Parliament, a Commonwealth Games event at Buckingham Palace and a service of thanksgiving at Westminster Abbey where she was pictured using a walking cane for the first time since 2003.

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