In the past few weeks, the world has been very worried about Queen Elizabeth. The 95-year-old even spent a night in hospital after cancelling a set of appointments.

So how is the Queen doing now after resting for several weeks? Her son, heir to the throne Prince Charles, was asked about his mother during a new outing and gave a promising health update.

Prince Charles: Health update on Queen Elizabeth

While visiting a branch of the NatWest Bank, Prince Charles was asked by a man about the Queen's condition.

In video of the moment, the Prince of Wales patted the man reassuringly and confirmed that the Queen is better again. "She's alright, thank you," he told the well-wisher.

On Thursday, the Palace also confirmed that Queen Elizabeth will make a public comeback this week at an event she was determined not to miss.

The Queen will attend the annual Remembrance Sunday ceremony at the Cenotaph on Nov. 14. As in previous years, Her Majesty will observe from the balcony of the Commonwealth and Development Office.

Nevertheless, the Queen will reduce her schedule in the next few weeks, passing some appointments in her diary to family members.

For example, her youngest son Prince Edward will attend an event in his mother's place on Nov. 16. The Royal Family sticks together and will support the Queen as she scales back her public appearances.