Buckingham Palace says monarch is still regaining from heavy coldnes at Sandringham
The Queen may miss the annual New Years Day church service at Sandringham after Buckingham Palace said the 90 -year-old could still be too unwell to attend.
A spokeswoman said: The Queen is continuing to recover from her heavy coldnes and is still in the residency of Sandringham. We maybe will not know what is happening until the morning.
The monarch has not been seen in public for 11 daylights since she and Prince Philip caught heavy colds, forcing them to cancel the conventional improve journeying to their north Norfolk estate for Christmas.
Instead, the royal duet were moved instantly from the palace by helicopter, with the Queen missing the Christmas Day assistance at St Mary Magdalene church for the first time in 28 years.
Philip, 95, was well enough to go to the 25 December service with Prince Charles, Prince Harry and other family members before reportedly joining the conventional Boxing Day pheasant shoot.
If the Queen does accompany faith, she may be accompanied by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. The couple and their two children expended Christmas with Kates mothers, Carole and Michael Middleton, in Berkshire.
After a tweet from a phony BBC News account claimed earlier this week that the Queen had died, the palace was forced to issue a statement approving she was still alive.
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