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Queen Elizabeth is so rarely ill that when Buckingham Palace announced her Majesty had "reluctantly accepted medical advice to rest", concerns were raised.
The Palace released a statement saying the Queen was "in good spirits and is disappointed" about having to cancel her two-day trip to Northern Ireland.
It later confirmed that the Queen had spent the night in hospital for "preliminary testing" but has now returned home.
The 94-year-old ascended to the British throne in 1952 and will celebrate her Platinum Jubilee in 2022.
Her Majesty has enjoyed good health for most of her life, but her busy schedule has previously been interrupted.
Queen seen using walking stick, 2021
In 2021, the Queen was seen using a walking cane to make her way around Westminster Abbey, and even used the Poet's Yard entrance of the Abbey as it's closer to her seat inside.
The palace said there were no other reasons for the Queen's stick other than "comfort".
Queen admitted to hospital for gastroenteritis, 2013
In March 2013, the monarch was admitted to hospital for the first time in a decade.
Buckingham Palace said the Queen, who was 86 at the time, had gone to hospital as a precaution "after experiencing symptoms of gastroenteritis".
Her Majesty was taken to King Edward VII Hospital in London, the same place her husband Prince Philip was treated in early 2021.
Queen suffers back pain and has to cancel, 2012 and 2006
The Queen had to cancel an appearance at a Windsor Castle investiture ceremony due to recurring back pains, and a church service in Scotland a few days earlier.
Her Majesty also had to cancel a tour of Arsenal's new stadium in 2005 after sustaining a strained muscle during her annual Balmoral break.
Queen undergoes knee surgery twice, 2003
The Queen was seen using her walking stick in 2003 and wasn't seen with it again until nearly 18 years later in 2021.
In January 2003 she underwent surgery to remove torn cartilage from her right knee.
She was 76 when she was discharged from the King Edward VII Hospital in London and was seen using a walking stick as she made her way to the Range Rover.
Queen breaks her wrist, 1994
The Queen broke her wrist during a horse riding accident in January 1994.
It was the first time Her Majesty, an experienced horsewoman, had fallen for many years.
During a ride at Sandringham, her horse tripped over and caused Queen Elizabeth to fall.
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What happens if the Queen dies?
The Prime Minister will be informed of the news via Her Majesty’s Private Secretary, Sir Christopher Geidt, through secure lines to avoid any leaks.
The leader will be woken from their sleep if necessary, and told that “London Bridge is down”, according to The Guardian.
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