PIERS Morgan wishes the Queen a “quick and full recovery” following Her Majesty’s Covid diagnosis.
The Sun columnist, 56, said having a virus is a worrying time for any 95-year-old.
He tweeted: “Wishing Her Majesty a full and speedy recovery from COVID-19.
“Dreadful for any 95-year-old who has contracted this virus, and a very worrying time for Britain when it is our King.
“Good luck, ma’am.”
He attached a picture of the Queen speaking at an audience where she met Defense Secretaries coming and going at Windsor Castle this week.
Queen is experiencing mild cold symptoms after catching the bug, Buckingham Palace confirmed today.
But she will continue to perform light duties this week.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson leads the way with best wishes to His Majesty. He tweeted: “I’m sure I speak on behalf of everyone wishing the Queen a speedy recovery from Covid and a speedy return to good health.”
Health Minister Sajid Javid wrote: “Wishing the Queen a speedy recovery.”
Labor Leader Sir Keir Starmer added: “On behalf of me and all of UK Labor, wishing the Queen good health and a speedy recovery.”
Home Secretary Priti Patel tweeted: “Wishing Her a speedy recovery. God save Her.”
The BBC’s Gary Lineker also wished the Queen a “quick full recovery”.
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said: “Wishing the Queen a speedy recovery from Covid-19.”
Shadow health secretary Wes Streeting tweeted: “On behalf of all of us in Ilford North, I extend my best wishes to Her Majesty the Queen for a speedy recovery from Covid.”
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak rewrote a statement from Buckingham Palace confirming the Queen had tested positive for Covid-19 as he wished her well. He wrote: “Wishing Your Majesty a speedy recovery.”
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan praised the “commitment the Queen has shown to our country” as he wished a speedy and safe recovery.
The Queen will continue to receive medical care after coming into contact with Prince Charles last week, when he contracted the virus.
The Royal Family has its own royal doctors and the Queen’s doctors will be on duty to care for and monitor the head of state.
Professor Sir Huw Thomas, head of the Queen’s Medical Household and Physician, is expected to take charge.
It comes just weeks after the nation’s longest-reigning monarch achieved a historic 70-year Platinum Celebration on the throne on February 6.
The Queen is understood to have had three vaccinations but she has been under doctors’ orders to rest since mid-October, after canceling a series of engagements and spending a night in hospital undergoing tests. preliminary test.
She is said to have spent time with Charles on February 8, when he held an investment session at her home in Windsor Castle. He tested positive for Covid a few days later but recovered.
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The Duchess of Cornwall has also tested positive for Covid, with Clarence House confirming on February 14 that Camilla is self-isolating.
Although a period of poor health late last year, she has had a vivacious look in her recent engagements.
The queen used a stick but looks so happy when we meet face to face for the first time in Windsor Castle from December to February 16.
She was photographed beaming as she met Defense Agency Secretaries coming and going.
And the next day, the king appeared on screen via video link from Windsor Castle during an audience with Jordan’s Ambassador Manar Dabbas at Buckingham Palace.
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