- Queen Elizabeth (92) does not feel well and has decided to stay at home. The British queen planned to attend the celebration of the 200th anniversary of the Order of Saint Michael and Saint George on Thursday. The celebration is at St. Paul's Cathedral in the inner city of London.
'The Queen feels unwell and has decided not to be present at the ceremony around the 200th anniversary of the Order of Saint Michael and Saint George', Buckingham Palace said. The Queen is represented by her cousin Edward, the Duke of Kent as Grandmaster of the Order. The order was established in 1818 by King George III of the United Kingdom.
The British queen is the oldest and longest reigning monarch in the world. She is known for her excellent health and has hundreds of official obligations in her diary every year. Last month she was operated on cataract in the King Edward VII's Hospital. In 2016 she missed the annual church service on her estate in Sandringham because of a bad cold.
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