Queen Elizabeth II is currently on the mend after spending the night in the hospital following the cancelation of her upcoming visit to Northern Ireland.
The Palace confirmed via the Daily Mail that the monarch was treated at the private King Edward VII's Hospital in London on Wednesday, October 20, and was discharged Thursday morning. Her Majesty is now recovering at home in Windsor Castle.
The Queen's stay was reportedly for practical reasons allowing doctors to do some "preliminary investigations" and to run tests on the head of England.
According to the Palace, Queen Elizabeth II is in "good spirits" and is trying to get as much work done as she continues to rest and recuperate. Royal representatives also confirmed that the queen was not ill with Covid.
The hospital stint comes as the Queen was forced to cancel her trip to Northern Ireland to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the partition of the island earlier in the week. Doctors reportedly advised the 95-year-old that it would be wise to miss the trip to the province as she regains her health.
The royal's health remains top priority as she has had quite the hectic schedule over the summer. The great-grandmother of twelve recently returned from the royal estate in Aberdeenshire and even as recently as Tuesday, hosted a major Global Investment summit at Windsor Castle.
There was one royal engagement in particular that made headlines recently. As OK! previously reported, the Queen's 2019 visit with former President Donald Trump will be detailed in former White House Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham's upcoming tell-all, I'll Take Your Questions Now: What I Saw in the Trump White House.
According to an excerpt obtained by the Washington Post, Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner were keen on meeting her royal highness and that the political duo allegedly tried to join a meeting with the Queen, the President and the First Lady but were stopped due to there not being space left in the helicopter.