Buckingham Palace assembly ‘not about health of Queen or Prince Philip’

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Television crews collected outward a house as news of a assembly was reported

A assembly of domicile staff called during Buckingham Palace is not a means for concern, a BBC understands.

The BBC’s stately match Peter Hunt understands a assembly is not about a health of possibly a Queen or Duke of Edinburgh.

Officials during a house have not pronounced what this morning’s meeting, reported to engage all comparison staff from opposite a UK, is about.

Such inner stately meetings customarily occur about once a year.

Thursday’s assembly will take place during 10:00 BST.

It comes after a Queen and Prince Philip over central duties on Wednesday.

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Prince Philip, graphic during Lord’s Cricket Ground on Wednesday, is 96 subsequent month

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The Queen distinguished her 91st birthday in Apr with a revisit to Newbury Racecourse

The Queen met Prime Minister Theresa May during Buckingham Palace to rigourously determine a retraction of council forward of a ubiquitous election, while Prince Philip attended Lord’s Cricket Ground to open a new stand.

He was listened joking during a event that he is a “world’s many gifted board unveiler”.

On Thursday, a Queen and Prince Philip are due during a use for members of a Order of Merit during a Chapel Royal during St James’s Palace before hosting a lunch for those attending.

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