England is on a morbid death watch. Sudden reports have emerged questioning the health of Queen Elizabeth — with disturbing details that the 95-year-old doesn’t have enough energy to even walk her dogs.
A source said: “She is not well enough.”
The insider added: “The Queen usually turns to her beloved corgis in time of crisis and stress and took them out almost every day after Philip fell ill and then died last year.
"They are an enormous source of solace, so it is a real shame.”
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The Queen, who has owned more than 30 corgis in her lifetime, was active until recently. In February, she was diagnosed with COVID-19.
Buckingham Palace did not comment when The Sun contacted aides for comment about the latest setback.
“Everyone is very mindful that she has not been in the best of health,” Vickers told the New York Post.
“For the Platinum Jubilee, she needs only to be seen on the balcony for a picture.”
As OK! previously reported, although the Queen has reportedly recovered from her bout with COVID-19, sources say her contracting the virus was still "hugely worrisome" in regards to the fragile state of her health and the toll it could have potentially taken on her.
"The royals are staying tight-lipped and putting up a good front, but there is zero doubt that this is a hugely worrisome scenario," the source explained of the Queen's recent ailments. "The whole country is rattled."