Queen Elizabeth just received her doctor’s blessing to travel all she wants following her health scare. However, the monarch’s doctors do not want her to overwork or tire herself too much especially since she’s already 95 years old.

While speaking on Pod Save the Queen podcast, royal commentator Russell Myers confirmed that the queen traveled to Sandringham via a helicopter shortly after she returned from the hospital.

According to Myers, the queen needed to find some solace, and Sandringham is the perfect place for her to do this because this was where Prince Philip stayed after he retired from his royal duties.

As such, being at Sandringham’s Wood Farm meant that the queen felt close to her late husband.

“I think that tells you The Queen actually needed to be there. She needed to seek some solace. I've been a particularly tough couple of weeks you've been in hospital told by doctors you need to slow down. So I understand she's feeling refreshed, revitalized,” Myers said via Express.

However, the queen seems to be struggling with her health in recent weeks. After last month’s hospitalization, the queen sprained her back last week. The incident resulted in the monarch skipping the Remembrance Sunday Service last weekend.

“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 the service,” the statement read.

Following the accident, the queen is reportedly recovering, but she won’t be seen making public appearances anytime soon. It is possible for the monarch to make virtual appearances in the coming weeks just like what she did ahead of the climate change summit in Glasgow.

Even though the queen didn’t attend the Remembrance Sunday Service, it still went on as usual with the senior working royals.

Camilla Parker Bowles, Kate Middleton, and Sophie, Countess of Wessex attended the event to honor the fallen soldiers and to represent the monarch.

For the outing, the Duchess of Cambridge channeled her late mother-in-law, Princess Diana with her all-black ensemble paired with a huge black hat.

Camilla and Sophie also wore an all-black ensemble to the sombre gathering. 

Years ago, the Princess of Wales wore a similar outfit to the Remembrance Sunday Service, according to Page Six.