Saturday, November 27

UK: No more alcohol for Queen Elizabeth II! Your doctors explain the reason

Doctors who attend Queen Elizabeth II They recommended that he stop consuming alcoholic beverages for the benefit of his health, Vanity Fair magazine reported.

According to the publication, Queen Elizabeth II is in good physical health at 95 years old, despite recently observing her carrying a cane, but your doctors have suggested you stop taking the martini that traditionally drinks in the evening.

Vanity Fair further revealed, citing two sources close to the UK monarch, without revealing their identities, that Doctors advised Queen Elizabeth II to refrain from alcohol except on special occasions to stay healthy ahead of fall engagements and ahead of their Platinum Jubilee celebrations in June 2022.

One of the sources pointed out that actually “It is not a big problem for her, since she is not a great drinker, but it seems a bit unfair that at this stage of her life she has to give up one of the few pleasures”.

On April 9, Queen Elizabeth II lost her husband, Duke Philippe of Edinburgh, at the age of 99, some time after undergoing a heart operation. Since that time, there has been much speculation about the health of the head of the Windsor royal house and in recent days he was observed using a cane for support during an official ceremony at Westminster Abbey.



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