Queen is unable to walk corgis after being told to rest by doctors

Queen is unable to walk corgis after being told to rest by doctors

The Queen is missing out on her daily ‘tonic’: Monarch has been forced to give up walking her dogs each day as she continues to recover from hospital stay

  • Queen has not been able to walk her dogs for a week after doctor’s orders to rest
  • She was kept in hospital overnight on Wednesday for ‘preliminary investigations’
  • Family believe the walks have helped the Queen to stay so healthy in her nineties
  • Queen has two corgis and dorgi Candy, a cross between a corgi and dachshund

The Queen has not been able to enjoy her daily walk with her dogs for almost a week after being told to rest by doctors.

Sources say the monarch has been taking their orders to rest seriously after she was kept in hospital overnight on Wednesday for ‘preliminary investigations’.

The Queen, 95, has two corgi puppies and dorgi Candy, a cross between a corgi and a dachshund.

The Queen (pictured on April 2, 1994), 95, has not been able to walk her two corgi puppies and dorgi Candy for almost a week after she was ordered by doctors to rest

Sources say the monarch (pictured) has been taking their orders to rest seriously after she was kept in hospital overnight on Wednesday for ‘preliminary investigations’

One of the highlights of her day is being driven to walk them near Frogmore on her Windsor estate, where Harry and Meghan once lived. 

Family and friends believe these daily excursions are a ‘tonic’ and have helped keep the Queen so healthy in her nineties.

But instead the dogs have been walked by staff since her hospital stay. 

Buckingham Palace said yesterday that the Queen was still in good spirits and undertaking some ‘light duties’ while resting.

It is still hoped she will be able to lead the Royal Family at the Cop26 UN climate change summit in Glasgow next week, either in person or via video link.

A final decision will be made towards the end of this week.

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