Stars 13.03.2013

Queen muss sich weiter schonen

Britain's Queen Elizabeth leaves King Edward VII hospital in central London, March 4, 2013. The Queen left hospital on Monday a … © Bild: Reuters/NEIL HALL

Queen Elizabeth II. leidet an Folgen einer Magen-Darm-Grippe.

Die britische Königin Elizabeth II. hat aus Krankheitsgründen zwei weitere Termine absagen müssen. Die 86-Jährige erhole sich zwar weiter von ihrer Magen-Darm-Grippe, "leider" könne sie aber einen Termin am Mittwoch und einen weiteren am Donnerstag nicht wahrnehmen, erklärte der Buckingham-Palast am Dienstag. Allerdings setze die Queen ihren normalen Arbeitsrhythmus im Palast fort und hoffe, kommende Woche wieder ihr volles Programm absolvieren zu können.

Auch an der Messe zum Commonwealth-Tag in der Londoner Westminster Abbey am Montag hatte die Monarchin nicht teilnehmen können. Die 86-Jährige müsse sich noch von den Folgen der Magen-Darm-Grippe erholen, wegen der sie vor rund einer Woche ins Krankenhaus eingeliefert worden war. Es war das erste Mal seit zehn Jahren, dass die Queen ins Krankenhaus musste.

Die Queen hatte eine Nacht im Krankenhaus verbracht, am Montag vergangener Woche verließ sie das King-Edward-VII.-Hospital in London wieder. Die Erkrankung der 86-Jährigen und die damit verbundene Absage von ersten Terminen hatte die Briten schockiert: Elizabeth II. gilt als gesundheitlich äußerst robust und sehr pflichtbewusst - öffentliche Termine lässt sie eigentlich nie ausfallen.

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