Now We Know What Doctors Told Queen Elizabeth

( Queen Elizabeth II, the Monarch of the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth, has flown from Windsor Castle to her Sandringham estate on Thursday after doctors approved her travel. According to The Telegraph, a British newspaper, the 95-year-old Queen will now rest for the next few weeks in her Norfolk home which is roughly 100 miles from the English capital city of London.

The home is typically used by the Queen during her winter breaks and for the Christmas period spent with the rest of her family.

While the Queen has continued her work recently from Windsor Castle, keeping up to date and meeting with world leaders via teleconference, she was recently advised by doctors to rest for at least two weeks and to avoid traveling.

In October, the Queen canceled a trip to Northern Ireland – reluctantly – on doctor’s orders and even underwent medical examinations at King Edward VII’s Hospital in London. It was the Queen’s first visit to the hospital in eight years.

And despite being 95 years old, the Queen will continue her desk-based duties. She is expected to miss the November 13 Festival of Remembrance at London’s Royal Albert Hall, which will honor the men and women of the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth who served and died in war.

However, the Queen is expected to attend the National Service of Remembrance on Remembrance Sunday a day later on November 14.

The Queen is notorious for not wanting people to “make a fuss” of her and Buckingham Palace has refused to provide specifics about whatever health condition she may be contending with. However, with the Queen’s mother living to the ripe old age of 101, it’s perfectly likely that the Queen will be with us – and working on behalf of the British people – for many more years.