Queen Elizabeth II won't be seen out and about any time soon, since she has officially been told that she must rest up at home. On Friday, Buckingham Palace issued a memo declaring that because of the queen's health, it has been recommended that she does not make any royal visits for the next two weeks.

Queen Elizabeth II able to perform "light desk-based duties"

Queen Elizabeth II was briefly hospitalized earlier this month, receiving medical examination overnight before she returned home to Windsor Castle. While she is said to be recovering, the 95-year-old royal has been told to "continue to rest for at least the next two weeks," according to Buckingham Palace. However, the palace has said she can conduct "light, desk-based duties," which would include virtual engagements.

While it was assumed just a few days ago that she would be back to work soon, the statement mentions that the queen has to cancel her appearance at yet another event. The palace said she "regrets" being unable to be present for the Festival of Remembrance, to be held on November 13. It was also announced on Thursday that she would no longer be attending the Cop26 climate conference in Glasgow.

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Buckingham Palace ended the statement by expressing Queen Elizabeth II's "firm intention" to make an appearance at the National Service of Remembrance. The annual event, which commemorates the lives lost by those fighting in the name of the nation, will be held on November 14 this year. Here's hoping that the queen's few weeks of rest will do her good so that she is well enough to be in attendance!