Boris Johnson Just Shared This Update About Queen Elizabeth's Health

Queen Elizabeth II has been making headlines over recent health concerns. The monarch was taken to King Edward VII's Hospital earlier this month where she was examined by specialists, per BBC. Doctors later admitted Elizabeth, 95, where she spent only one night at the facility before returning to her home at Windsor Castle the following afternoon. After news of the queen's hospital stay was announced, the palace issued a statement. "Following medical advice to rest for a few days, the Queen attended hospital on Wednesday afternoon for some preliminary investigations, returning to Windsor Castle at lunchtime today, and remains in good spirits," the statement read. Due to the hospital stay, Elizabeth was forced to cancel her planned trip to Northern Ireland to focus on her health.

The Daily Mail reports that staffers are now re-working Queen Elizabeth's schedule and cutting events so that she'll have a lighter load going forward. In addition, it's said that the queen will now be accompanied by one of her children or grandchildren to all future events. "They have to find some kind of balance," royal expert Sally Bedell Smith told the outlet. "I hope they have learnt from the pretty punishing pace she kept over the course of a month that that is maybe just too much," she added.

Now, Prime Minister Boris Johnson is giving an update on the queen and her health.

Queen Elizabeth has been told to continue her period of rest

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Boris Johnson, spoke with the press this week and offered a hopeful update about Queen Elizabeth. Johnson admitted that he had been in contact with the monarch and that she's doing well. However, he did claim that she'll be out of commission for just a bit longer. "I spoke to Her Majesty and she's on very good form," Johnson said, per The Guardian. "She's just got to follow the advice of her doctors and get some rest and I think that's the important thing. I think the whole country wishes her well."

Meanwhile, the queen's grandson, Prince Harry, was said to be upset over the news of her hospitalization following the loss of his grandfather, Prince Philip, back in April. Sources tell Us Weekly that Harry "feels guilty" about not saying goodbye to Philip before his death. "[He] would never forgive himself if the same thing happened with his beloved grandmother," the insider stated, adding that Harry is "hoping to go back home for Christmas with Meghan, if not before so that she can finally get to meet [her great granddaughter] Lilibet and see [great grandson] Archie again."

It seems that everyone is concerned over the queen's latest health ailments, and are sending their well wishes as she looks to recover.