The former Good Morning Britain presenter Piers Morgan has voiced his concern that the Queen’s health is worse than the public is let on, following her Majesty’s absence from Remembrance Sunday service.
Piers Morgan, the former Good Morning Britain presenter, has shared his concerns about the Queen’s health, claiming that the situation might be more serious than what Palace officials have been reporting.
Morgan, who is a frequent commentator on the royal family, took to Twitter with these claims after it was announced that the Queen would be missing the Remembrance Sunday service at the Cenotaph in London.
There’s something we’re not being told about the Queen’s health, it’s clearly a more serious situation than the Palace is saying.— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) November 14, 2021
The official announcement from Buckingham Palace is that the Queen had sprained her back and was “disappointed” that she would miss the memorial service.
The monarch had some time off recently from her regular duties due to health reasons, but she was pretty sure in her statements that she would be attending the Remembrance service.
Piers retweeted the article which states that her Majesty will not be in attendance after spraining her back, he then followed up with his thoughts on the whole situation.
He fears that there is more to this situation than we are being let on, sharing his personal worries with his 7.9 million followers on Twitter.
Piers wrote: “There’s something we’re not being told about the Queen’s health, it’s clearly a more serious situation than the Palace is saying.”
In a follow-up tweet, the TV personality posted another message alongside a photo of the Queen.
Piers wrote: “Remember them, and Her Majesty, today at 11am.”
In a statement about the Queen’s absence, Buckingham Palace said: “The Queen, having sprained her back, has decided this morning with great regret that she will not be able to attend today’s Remembrance Sunday service at the Cenotaph.
“Her Majesty is disappointed that she will miss the service.”
This comes after the TV star shared that he had been given the third booster jab against the virus. Morgan shared a picture of himself with a face mask and holding up his vaccination card. The post was accompanied with the caption: “BOOSTED! Thanks to everyone at St Charles Care Centre in North Kensington for splendidly efficient and rapid service today!
“Loads of people pouring in to get their jabs which was great to see.”
Taking aim at those who don’t believe in the vaccinations, Piers added: “PS memo to anti-vaxxers who now want to abuse me: **** off.”
Now that is finally something that we can agree with him on.