Queen reportedly tells family shes feeling far better after health scare

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Queen Elizabeth II is feeling good after a recent health scare, according to a new report.

The 95-year-old informed her family that she is doing “far better” and “looking forward” to their yearly Christmas gathering at her Sandringham estate, The Mirror reported on Thursday.

The oldest reigning monarch is reportedly due to travel to the country home in Norfolk, England, on or around Dec. 17. Royal sources told the newspaper that the Queen will likely make the journey by helicopter but could also travel the traditional way via train.

A rep for Buckingham Palace did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.

As we exclusively reported, California-based Prince Harry and Meghan Markle won’t be joining his paternal grandmother overseas for Christmas festivities.

Prince Charles, Camilla Parker Bowles, Prince William and Kate Middleton are expected to go to Sandringham as usual, however.

The Queen caused concern when news broke that she had been hospitalized for a night on Oct. 20. While the palace did not reveal the reason for her stay, a spokesperson confirmed it was not COVID-19-related.

The royal then canceled a trip to Ireland after being advised to rest for medical reasons.

The Queen was back to her in-person royal duties last week when she met with General Sir Nick Carter at Windsor Castle.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said the Queen is “on very good form” despite being seen using a cane for the first time in 17 years during an event at Westminster Abbey on Oct. 12. (An insider told Page Six at the time that Her Majesty only had the cane “for her comfort.”)

The UK has long had a 10-day plan in place for when the Queen dies.

Her son Prince Charles, 73, is the heir apparent to the British throne.

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