The plane carrying members of the royal family has landed at Aberdeen Airport in Scotland. This was reported on September 8 by The Telegraph.
On board were the sons of Elizabeth II Prince Andrew and Prince Edward with his wife Sophie, as well as the Queen’s grandson Prince William.
They then proceeded to Balmoral Castle, where the Queen is now.
The plane was missing another grandson of the Queen, Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle. They are expected to visit the monarch later.
Earlier in the day, Prince Charles of Wales was reported to have arrived at Balmoral. He came to his mother with his wife Camilla.
On September 8, doctors at 96-year-old Queen Elizabeth II said they were concerned about her health. Her Majesty has been advised to remain under medical supervision while remaining comfortable at Balmoral, Buckingham Palace said.
British Prime Minister Liz Truss said that the whole country is deeply concerned about the news from Buckingham Palace.
In connection with reports about the Queen’s health at Buckingham Palace, the traditional changing of the guard was canceled, and the BBC channel changed the broadcast schedule.
In September last year, the actions of the authorities and the royal family in the event of the death of Elizabeth II became known. The key task of Operation London Bridge is to prevent unrest in London, where hundreds of thousands of subjects will begin to flock to say goodbye to the monarch.