The Queen was due to attend an anniversary service at St Paul’s Cathedral but has opted to stay at home.
The Queen will not attend an anniversary service this morning at St Paul’s Cathedral as she is feeling unwell.
Buckingham Palace said Her Majesty is feeling “under the weather” and had decided not to attend the special service.
It is reported she is suffering with a summer cold.
She was due to attend St Paul’s Cathedral to mark the 200th anniversary of the Order of St Michael and St George.
The palace confirmed The Duke of Kent, Prince Edward, will go in her place.
The Duke of Kent is Grand Master of the Order.
It is understood she will still go to Windsor this afternoon for the weekend and her engagements in Scotland will continue as usual next week.
She has not called a doctor.
From – SkyNews