The Queen spent night in hospital after cancelling Northern Ireland visit | ITV News

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The Queen spent a night in hospital after cancelling her visit to Northern Ireland on doctors’ orders to rest amid a busy schedule, Buckingham Palace has confirmed.

The 95-year-old Head of State went to hospital for “preliminary investigations” on Wednesday night but returned to Windsor on Thursday, said a Palace spokesperson.

Her Majesty was seen by specialists at the private King Edward VII’s Hospital, central London, where her late husband Prince Philip was treated.

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