Prince Harry is going to be with Queen Elizabeth and other members of the British Royal Family in Scotland. It comes after Buckingham Palace released an official statement regarding the British Monarch’s health.

On Thursday, a spokesperson for the former working royals confirmed the trip to Balmoral, where the Queen currently receives medical care, according to People.

Meghan Markle, meanwhile, will not reportedly join her husband, with reports saying she will stay in London.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were set to attend the WellChild Awards in London for the day following their trip to Germany on Tuesday. They headed to Europe earlier this week to "visit with charities close to their hearts" and began their first joint working trip in Manchester on Monday.

The confirmations about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s schedule on Thursday came hours after Buckingham Palace released an official statement.

“Following further evaluation this morning, The Queen’s doctors are concerned for Her Majesty’s health and have recommended she remain under medical supervision. The Queen remains comfortable and at Balmoral.” The statement said. 

No other details have since surfaced about the matter.

The British Monarch was last reportedly seen in photos on Tuesday. In a historic move, she appointed Lizz Truss as the new Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from Balmoral instead of Buckingham Palace.

Apart from Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, other members of the British Royal Family are also heading to Balmoral Castle in Scotland following the health statement from the Palace, according to a separate report from People.

Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, have reportedly traveled to be with Queen Elizabeth. As noted, the Heir Apparent was in Scotland as he carried out engagements.

The magazine continued that Prince William is also said to be heading to Balmoral.

The rest of the British Monarch’s children are reportedly making their way to her, as well. Princess Anne is noted to be currently in Scotland as she has done official duties in the country this week.

As for Prince Andrew and Prince Edward, the publication shared that they are going to see their mother, with the latter bringing his wife, Sophie, Countess of Wessex.

Queen Elizabeth has faced a series of health concerns over the past year, causing her to cancel several royal engagements and appearances. 

Page Six recalled that she even missed several events during her Platinum Jubilee celebrations earlier in June due to “discomfort.”

Apart from testing positive for COVID-19 in February, there are also reports about "mobility" issues. As noted, she further raised concerns over her health when she began using a cane to assist her.