Britain’s longest-reigning and currently world’s oldest queen, Elizabeth has been suffering from ill health since late last year. Buckingham Palace called his illness an ‘episodic mobility problem’.

Doctors are more concerned about the illness of the 96-year-old queen. Queen Elizabeth is currently at Balmoral Palace in Scotland on medical advice. He spends summer time here. After talking to the doctors on Thursday, family members rushed to see the queen.

‘Following further assessment this morning, the Queen’s doctors are concerned for Her Majesty’s health and have advised her to remain under medical supervision,’ the palace said in a statement.

Eldest son and heir Prince Charles and wife Camilla visited the Queen at Balmoral Castle, officials said. His other children Anne, Andrew and Edward are also coming to see him.

Prince Harry and his wife Meghan will travel to Britain and Scotland for a number of events, a spokesman said.

Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said on Twitter: ‘We are all deeply concerned by the news of Her Majesty’s health. My thoughts and best wishes are with the Queen and everyone in the Royal Family at this time.’

Elizabeth spent a night in the hospital last October. He has since been forced to cut back on public engagements. He canceled a virtual meeting with senior ministers on Wednesday after doctors advised him to rest.

New Prime Minister Liz Truss met the Queen at Balmoral on Tuesday.

Since 1952, Elizabeth has been Queen of Britain and more than a dozen other countries, including Canada, Australia and New Zealand. He celebrated 70 years on the throne in June this year.

Elizabeth ascended the throne at the age of 25 after the death of her father, King George VI, on February 6, 1952.

He became king at a time when Britain retained much of its empire.

Winston Churchill was the first Prime Minister to serve under his regime, while Joseph Stalin was the leader of the Soviet Union, while the Korean War was underway. Liz Truss is a record 15th Prime Minister of her tenure.

(September 8)