On Wednesday, Zara Tindall canceled her attendance at an event just hours before new worries about the Queen’s health were made public by way of a statement from Buckingham Palace.
Due to “childcare issues,” the Queen’s granddaughter did not show up for a Slingsby Gin event held in Surrey.
There is a chance that Zara skipped the engagement to support Her Majesty, even though it is unknown with certainty whether her absence had anything to do with the Queen’s deteriorating health.
In March of this year, it was revealed that the 41-year-old would be a celebrity cadet for the gin brand’s golf academy. Slingsby Gin, a sponsor of the BMW PGA Championship, launched an initiative with the goal of encouraging more women to play golf and promoting the game’s charitable aspects.
The Olympic equestrian has only six months to perfect the sport before vying for a spot in the BMW PGA Championship Celebrity Pro-Am on September 7 with tennis enthusiast Judy Murray, Zoe Williams, and Anna Woolhouse.
The monarch’s health is a subject of increasing concern as word of Zara’s absence spreads. After additional testing on Thursday morning, a representative for the government stated: “The Queen’s doctors are concerned for Her Majesty’s health and have recommended she remain under medical supervision. The Queen stays at Balmoral in comfort.
After doctors placed her under medical supervision on Thursday due to concerns for her health, members of the royal family have rushed to her side. Charles, the Princess Royal, the Duke of York, and the Earl of Wessex, along with the Duchess of Cornwall and the Countess of Wessex, are by the Queen’s bedside or on their way there.
After the Queen met Liz Truss at her Scottish retreat, worries about the 96-year-mobility old’s problems increased this week. Fans of the royal family immediately noticed her walking stick and severely battered left hand.
Her Majesty also decided to take a day off on Wednesday after receiving medical advice from the royal family to rest.
The House of Lords’ thoughts are with the Queen and the royal family following the news of her health concerns, according to health minister Lord Kamall. “I’m sure that all noble lords will be concerned by the news from Buckingham Palace about concerns over Her Majesty’s health,” he said in the upper chamber.
“I’m certain that Her Majesty and her family are in all noble lords’ thoughts right now.”