Prince William arrives in Scotland with Andrew after Royal Family rush to see the Queen


PRINCE William and Prince Andrew have arrived in Scotland to see the Queen.

The royals have all rushed to the Queen’s side after the Palace revealed doctors were “concerned” for her health.

Prince William has arrived in Scotland to see the Queen

Prince Andrew arrives at RAF Northolt ahead of the flight driving his Bentley

Charles’ helicopter was also seen landing on the grounds of Balmoral this morning

The Queen is resting at Balmoral

Her Majesty, 96, is said to be “comfortable” in Balmoral where she remains under medical supervision.

Now a flight carrying Duke of Cambridge, the Duke of York and the Earl and Countess of Wessex has landed at Aberdeen airport ahead of their anticipated arrival at Balmoral.

Royal Air Force flight KRF23R took off from RAF Northolt in South Ruislip, west London, at 2.39pm, according to flight tracking website

The Dassault Falcon landed at the Scottish airport at 3.50pm.

Charles’ helicopter was also seen landing on the grounds of Balmoral this morning.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who were due to carry out an engagement in London tonight, are also on their way.

They will be joined at the Queen’s side by Princess Anne, who was already in Scotland on various engagements, and Prince Andrew.

A statement said today: “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 at Balmoral.”

The announcement comes just two days after the Queen beamed while meeting new Prime Minister Liz Truss at Balmoral.

Holding a walking stick, Her Majesty smiled as she greeted the new PM for the traditional “kissing of the hands” ceremony.

The Queen has spent more time recently resting on doctor’s orders as she continues to suffer mobility issues.

Ms Truss was among the first to wish Her Majesty well today after the formal appointment on Monday.

She said: “The whole country will be deeply concerned by the news from Buckingham Palace this lunchtime.

“My thoughts – and the thoughts of people across our United Kingdom – are with Her Majesty The Queen and her family at this time.”

Commons speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle also sent the Queen his best wishes as he interrupted today’s energy debate in Parliament.

It came amid hushed tones in the Commons – sparking speculation there had been an update on the Queen’s health.

He said: “I know I speak on behalf of the entire House when I say that we send our best wishes to Her Majesty the Queen and that she and the royal family are in our thoughts and prayers at this moment.”

Sir Lindsay added: “If there is anything else, we will update the House accordingly.”