The Queen Will Return To The Public Eye To Attend This Event

Queen Elizabeth II has had some royal fans worried about her health since it was revealed she spent one night in the hospital back in October. According to BBC, the monarch, 95, was suffering some unknown health issues last month and was taken to King Edward VII's Hospital where she got the royal treatment from specialists. During that time it was thought that the queen should be admitted for observation. She was released from the hospital the following day and sent home to rest.

"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 palace confirmed in a statement.

Since that time, the queen has canceled a number of appearances, including a trip to Northern Ireland, which sparked speculation about whether or not she would be able to continue with her royal duties. However, one royal expert, Dickie Arbiter, previously told "Good Morning Britain" that he believes Elizabeth will get her rest and get back to work.

"Remembrance Day is coming up and is sacred in her diary," Arbiter said (via Express). "To suggest she'll back down is patronizing and fighting fire — the queen will instead ask her officials to pace her engagements more," he stated. This week, the palace seemed to confirm Arbiter's thoughts when they made a hopeful announcement about the queen.

Queen Elizabeth will appear in public to honor Remembrance Day

Town and Country notes that Queen Elizabeth II has been taking it easy since her hospitalization in October. However, the monarch isn't about to miss the United Kingdom's Remembrance Day celebration and will attend the Remembrance Sunday service at the Cenotaph in London. BBC reports that the palace confirmed Elizabeth's appearance at the event, revealing that it was the queen's "firm intention" to attend the service. However, palace officials did add that Elizabeth is being very "mindful of her doctors' recent advice" as she ventures out for the affair, as it's tradition on that day for the royal family to pay homage to Britain's fallen military members.

"On the second Sunday of each November, The Queen leads the whole nation in remembering those who have died in world wars and other conflicts. In a ceremony at the Cenotaph, the focal point of the nation's homage, Members of the Royal Family unite with others in thousands of similar ceremonies across the UK and worldwide in holding two minutes' of silence at 11 a.m.," per the royal website.

It seems that the queen has made her appearance at the event the highest of priorities, and citizens will surely be happy to see Elizabeth as she joins the rest of the nation in honoring all those who have lost their lives in battle.