Buckingham Palace's official statement regarding the Queen's health has caused concern over a particular phrase being left out.
In the statement, the Palace makes no use of the phrase 'mobility issue' which has been a consistent term used by the Royal Family when discussing the Queen's health.
Earlier today (September 8) the Palace released a rare statement on her health, saying: "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."
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All of her children, including her grandson Prince William, are all understood to have travelled to see her.
Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, and his wife Meghan Markle, are also understood to be on their way.
Taking to Twitter to discuss the glaring omission, BBC Newsround presenter Ricky Boleto said: "There are clearly pressing concerns for the Queen's health – much more explicitly put than before and without any reference to this only being about difficulties with mobility."
His words came as a follow up to a previous comment which said: "Unusual for the palace to give running commentary on the Queen’s health unless something significant has happened. Latest statement says: 'Doctors have recommended she remain under medical supervision.'
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People have been scrambling for information about her condition, with every detail being brought into focus.
Such is the interest in the situation that the Royal Family website even crashed earlier today.
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