Royal family are helping keep Queen Elizabeth young says expert
The monarch spent one night in hospital last week after cancelling a trip to Northern Ireland and has been resting ever since.
The Queen will now attend Cop26 via video link and says she hopes that her lack of attendance will not be used by anyone as a reason for not coming.
She has said that she wants Cop26 to be a success and hopes that “meaningful actions” will be taken.
Prince Charles will now be the most senior royal present at the United Nations climate change conference which begins on Sunday.
Commenting, royal expert Dan Wootton said: "Worrying news from Buckingham Palace."
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Australia's Prime Minister Scot Morrison has sent the Queen his best wishes following the news that the 95 year old will no longer attend Cop26 due to health issues.
He said: "Australia is there with you, Your Majesty."
Scot Morrison will join other world leaders in Glasgow next week for the UN climate conference.
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'Worrying news from Buckingham Palace' says Royal Expert
Royal Expert Dan Wootton has reported that there is 'worrying news from Buckingham Palace' as the Queen decides to cancel plans to attend Cop26.
He said: "The Queen had been desperate to attend but her rest and recovery is far more important. Long live the Queen."