Queen Elizabeth met with General Nick Carter on November 17, and this was the first time she worked directly after staying overnight in the hospital.
On November 17, the Queen of England received General Nick Carter, Chief of Staff of the British Army, who will step down at the end of this month.
In the public meeting photos, the Queen of England wearing a floral skirt is standing opposite General Carter with her hands on her hips, as if talking to him. General Carter made a face and listened intently to what the Queen said.
On October 20th, the Queen of England had to spend the night in the hospital for a preliminary examination and was advised to rest for at least two weeks thereafter. On October 26, she had a video call with the new ambassador to the UK, which was her first online activity since she was hospitalized.
However, until November 17, she did not have any direct work activities. On November 14, Buckingham Palace announced that the Queen was suffering from low back pain and had to cancel her plan to attend the memorial service for British soldiers who died in the fighting that day.
Queen Elizabeth is the oldest and longest reigning monarch in the world. Prior to this, many important events were cancelled due to rest, including attending the United Nations Climate Change Summit (COP26) held in Glasgow, Scotland earlier this month.
The Queen of England is considered to be in very good health and often drives her own car. The last known illness of the Queen was in 2013, when she was hospitalized due to stomach problems, but the hospital stay was very short.
Yuying (follow Reuters)