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Prince Charles and William travelling to Balmoral to be with Queen over health concerns

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royals are understood to be travelling urgently to Scotland to be at the Queen's side as she remains under palace supervision by palace doctors.Prince Charles and Camilla have ditched their stay on the nearby Birkhall estate to travel to Balmoral, and her grandson Prince William is also making the journey.

It is thought that Charles and Camilla have already arrived. A royal spokesperson has said that Princess Anne is there, and Prince Andrew's spokesperson told the Telegraph that he too is travelling. READ MORE: Queen's doctors 'concerned for her health' as monarch 'remains under medical supervision'It is likely William is travelling up from Windsor, where he just moved into a new home with Kate Middleton and their kids.Camilla was due to open a new visitor centre for the Great Tapestry of Scotland tomorrow (September 9).

A spokesperson has said the event is now "more than likely" to be cancelled.Their decisions followed a Buckingham Palace statement released earlier today (September 8) regarding the 96-year-old monarch's health.

It read: "Following further evaluation this morning, the Queen's doctors are concerned for Her Majesty's health and have recommended she remain under medical supervision.

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