The Queen has cancelled two engagements as she continues to recover from her recent illness.
A statement from Buckingham Palace says she has completed some official duties today but will miss the Tech City engagement planned for tomorrow and the Soldiers’ and Airmen’s Scriptures Association Service at the Guards Chapel on Thursday.
The statement continued: "The Duke ofYork will represent The Queen at the Tech City visit, and The Duke of Edinburghwill attend the Guards Chapel Service as planned.
"Her Majesty will, however, continue with the usual rhythm of business at Buckingham Palace, including holding a Privy Council meeting tomorrow.
"The Queen hopes to resume her programme of official engagements next week."
The Royal Correspondent for the BBC, Peter Hunt, has tweeted that the Queen's health problems are, 'nothing serious' as she was forced to cancel her appearance at a major service celebrating the Commonwealth as she is continuing to recover from her recent bout of gastroenteritis:
Royal officials insist Queen's health problems are "nothing serious " and "nothing to fret about".
Duke of Edinburgh will attend Commonwealth service
The Duke of Edinburgh will attend a Commonwealth service at Westminster Abbey today, after Buckingham Palace confirmed the Queen would not attend due to her continuing recovery from her recent illness.
The Queen will regrettably no longer attend the #Commonwealth Observance @wabbey today as she continues to recover from her recent illness.