THE Queen smiles bravely yesterday as she is forced to call off her planned appearance at the COP26 summit.
The 95-year-old “regretfully" made the decision less than a week after spending a night in hospital where she had tests for an unknown condition.
Instead of going to Glasgow for next week's United Nations climate change summit she will now stay at Windsor Castle where she will rest as a "sensible precaution" on doctors' orders.
Courtiers insisted she was in good spirits” and that her decision was made largely due to the amount of travel and time needed to attend such an event.
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