The Queen of Britain, Elizabeth II, was hospitalized for an entire night in hospital for preliminary tests and was released to her home, the Royal Family said in a statement this morning (Friday).
According to the announcement, the 95-year-old monarch has been in care for an entire night and was released to her home in Windsor Castle on Thursday morning.
"Her Majesty, on the advice of her doctors, took a time-out from her agenda for a few days. As part of this rest, she arrived at the hospital for initial tests. Afterwards, she returned to Windsor Castle in a good mood," the royal spokeswoman said in a statement.
Earlier, the royal family announced that the Queen had canceled a planned visit to the town of Arma in Northern Ireland, where she intended to visit a local church and attend a ceremony attended by senior officials.
The announcement said that the queen "reluctantly" accepted the advice of her doctors and that she would rest and recover for a few days.