THE Queen will worship “home alone” today with a vicar coming to her as she continues to rest and recuperate.
Instead of going out to church, she is expected to be given private one-to-one full Holy Communion.
HOAR revealed Her Majesty missed going to church last Sunday and she is unlikely to attend this morning.
Instead, preparations have been made for her to say prayers with the Dean of Windsor in a full private Mass inside Windsor Castle.
It can last up to 90 minutes.
The monarch sips some grape juice as she no longer drinks alcohol and eats a small piece of bread.
It comes after Buckingham Palace announced on Friday that the Queen, 95, has been medically advised to rest for at least the next two weeks and undertake only “light, desk-based duties”.
Yesterday, PM Boris Johnson said the Queen had been “on very good form” when she spoke to him during their weekly conversation.
Mr Johnson, speaking in Rome, where he has travelled for the G20, said: “She has been told by her doctors that she has got to rest and I think we have got to respect that and understand that and everybody wishes her all the very best.”