Queen Elizabeth II ‘under the weather’

Queen Elizabeth II is feeling ‘under the weather,’ cancels appearance

Buckingham Palace says Queen Elizabeth II is feeling poorly and has cancelled a planned appearance.

The palace said in a Thursday statement that the 92-year-old monarch “is feeling under the weather” and will not attend a morning service at St. Paul’s Cathedral. The service marks the 200th anniversary of the Order of St. Michael and St. George.

The queen has had a busy schedule in recent weeks, including appearances at the Royal Ascot horse show.

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The Associated Press

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