The Queen “tells her family she is feeling a lot better and will welcome Christmas to Sandringham”

The Queen “tells the family she is feeling a lot better and looks forward to welcoming the whole Royal Family to Sandringham this Christmas”

  • Concerns about his health have grown recently after his appointments were canceled
  • This included missing her first Remembrance Sunday ceremony in 22 years.
  • But sources now say she is recovering and plans to join the royal family on Christmas

















The Queen told her family she was feeling much better and looking forward to welcoming the rest of the Royal Family to Sandringham this Xmas, according to reports.

Concerns about the monarch’s health have grown recently after she canceled a number of engagements, including missing the Remembrance Sunday ceremony for the first time in 22 years with a back injury.

Buckingham Palace said she made the decision not to attend the cenotaph service of London “With great regret” and was “disappointed” to miss the event.

The Queen has told her family she is feeling much better and is looking forward to welcoming the rest of the Royal Family to Sandringham this Christmas, according to reports.  Pictured: Last Christmas she was seen in public in 2019

The Queen has told her family she is feeling much better and is looking forward to welcoming the rest of the Royal Family to Sandringham this Christmas, according to reports. Pictured: Last Christmas she was seen in public in 2019

She had already spent a night in the hospital for an unconfirmed illness before doctors told her to rest at home.

But Prime Minister Boris Johnson then claimed she was “very well” when he saw her in Windsor a few days later.

Now sources close to the Queen have insisted she is on the mend and plans to visit her Norfolk estate on or around Friday, December 17, according to the Mirror.

It will be an emotional few days, however, as it will be the first Christmas since the death of her husband, Prince Philip.

While a traditional train ride from London to Kings Lynn isn’t ruled out, it’s expected to take a helicopter from Windsor instead – a ride that takes around 50 minutes.

His guests this holiday season would include Charles and Camilla as well as William, Kate and their three children.

Other members of the royal family, including Prince Edward, Princess Anne, Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie, along with their respective partners and children, have also received invitations.

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

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

A source told the newspaper: “The Queen has told everyone that she has been feeling a lot better lately and is very much looking forward to welcoming them for Christmas.

“Like many other families, this will be the first time Her Majesty can reunite with her extended family after being separated for so long due to the coronavirus pandemic.”

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