Buckingham Castle said on Thursday that Queen Elizabeth II, 96, is under clinical observation at her summer home in Scotland after doctors expressed concerns about the monarch’s health. The royal family rushed to be there.

The announcement from the royal household comes a day after the monarch missed a virtual meeting of her Privy Council because doctors advised her to rest after a full day of events on Tuesday, when she formally asked that Liz Support take over as the state leader of Britain.

“Following further evaluation this morning, the Queen’s doctors are concerned for Her Majesty’s health and have recommended she remain under medical supervision,’’ a palace spokesperson said, speaking on condition of anonymity in line with customary policy. “The Queen remains comfortable and at Balmoral.”

There were worrying signals that the reigning monarch condition may be serious, but the castle declined to provide any other information. A Bureau official interrupted Support during a conversation at the Place of Center to inform her about Elizabeth’s health, and the family cancelled a long-planned trip to the High Continents.

At her Scottish summer residence, Balmoral Palace, the queen was joined by Ruler Charles, the high-ranking individual, his girlfriend Camilla, and sister Princess Anne. There were a number of members of the renowned family, including William and Harry, the sons of Charles.

Only three months earlier, on the last day of a long weekend holiday, people from all over England gathered at Windsor to celebrate the queen’s 70 years in the high position. Over the course of four days of festivities, thousands of ecstatic supporters flooded the streets around Buckingham Castle with cheers and banners, but the monarch herself appeared on the royal house gallery to greet her people.

Elizabeth had recently gradually transferred more and more of her responsibilities to Charles and other members of the royal family as she recovered from a coronavirus episode, started using a walker, and tried to move around.

“The whole country will be deeply concerned by the news from Buckingham Palace this lunchtime,” Truss said on Twitter.

“My thoughts — and the thoughts of people across our United Kingdom — are with Her Majesty The Queen and her family at this time.”

Public officials from all over the political landscape joined Support in expressing their worry, and Justin Welby, the bishop of Canterbury, said that Elizabeth was receiving the “requests of the country.”

Elizabeth has been a model of stability as England prepared for the end of the era of the domain, the introduction of the information age, and the mass movement that transformed the nation into a multicultural society ever since she assumed the powerful status following the death of her father on February 6, 1952.

She oversaw the transfer of power from State leader Boris Johnson to Support on Tuesday in a series of meticulously planned events that were filled with the traditions of England’s 1,000-year-old governance.

The monarch has established a connection with the people of Incredible England during her reign by making an insane number of public appearances to open libraries, dedicate clinics, and recognize deserving residents.

“I have no knowledge of precisely her health condition, but I get the feeling, somehow, we might be being prepared for something,” Deborah Langton, 67, a semi-retired translator, said outside Buckingham Palace. “And if that is, you know, the end, then that’s going to be very sad, I think, for a lot of people.”

Elizabeth, who publicly pledged “for what seems like forever” on her 21st birthday to the protection of England and the Region, has ruled out quitting. After around 10 people were killed in the Canadian region of Saskatchewan as recently as Wednesday, she made the statement: “I mourn with all Canadians at this awful moment.”

In any case, the country was reminded that the reign of the primary ruler that many people in England have ever known had a limited duration when her better half, Sovereign Philip, passed away in April of last year. The queen was forced to sit by herself, hiding behind a black face covering, while she thought about the shortcomings of the one who had been sitting next to her for more than 70 years, at a mourning ceremony that was limited to only 30 mourners due to pandemic restrictions.

That fact served as the subtext of the Platinum Celebration, which featured photographs of Elizabeth as she changed from a glamorous young sovereign wearing a crown and precious stones to a sort of global granny renowned for her omnipresent bag and love of ponies and corgis.

Charles demonstrated his willingness to take up his mother’s responsibilities by remaining in the open during the festivities while he covered for her.

On the first day of the holiday season, as the troops were participating in the Sovereign’s Birthday March, he looked into them while wearing a traditional red tunic and a bearskin cap. He was the last person to enter St. Paul’s Basilica that day, and he sat down in front of the crowd for a prayer of gratitude to honor the king. At a luxury performance in front of Buckingham Palace, he addressed the lady he was caring for as “Your Majesty, Mummy.”

In any event, the nation’s attention was firmly focused on the king on Thursday, with the BBC switching to a continuous discussion of the ruler’s condition.

“It’s quite sad, really,” Kristian Ctylok, a 32-year-old London resident said. “I think half the country is probably expecting it because she’s been quite frail for a while. But, you know, I guess no one thought the day would come, really. So hopefully it’s not as bad as what it seems.”