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Monday, 4 March 2013

MUNGU NI MWEMA,OUR MALKIA (QUEEN ) WA UINGEREZA LEFT HOSPITAL THIS AFTERNOON NA TIYARI KWENDA HOME KUMPIKIA MUME WAKE MACHALARI 'MBUTA NANGA!!



Getting better: The Queen walked unaided out of the Marylebone hospital without any help after being taken their for treatment last night
Getting better: The Queen walked unaided out of the Marylebone hospital this afternoon after being taken there for treatment last night"
The Queen left hospital this afternoon after being admitted with symptoms of gastroenteritis 24 hours ago.
She was taken to King Edward VII Hospital in London last night - her first time for a decade - but insisted that there must be ‘no fuss’.
Despite suffering from debilitating sickness, the 86-year-old refused to allow an ambulance to collect her.
Smiling as she walked unaided out of the hospital's main doors at around 2.45pm today, she stopped to thank nurses for their care before getting into a waiting car.
This morning she received a visit from her personal physician, Professor John Cunningham, who arrived by scooter.
Prof Cunningham has been Head of the Medical Household to HM the Queen since 2005 and also occupies the position of Physician to the Queen.
It would be entirely routine for him to assess the Queen in this way, in addition to the care she is receiving from the private hospital’s own staff.
His visit appears to have led to her being allowed to return home.
After his check-up, activity around the hospital increased ahead of the Queen's expected discharge, with a large Bentley driving into the building's internal courtyard and the police presence increasing, including police outriders.
Despite being allowed home the Queen's diary for this week would remain suspended, the Palace has confirmed.
'Engagements cancelled or postponed this week remain so. Next week we'll have to see, as she has only just been released from hospital,' a spokesman said.

With a handbag over one arm, and clutching a neck scarf and one glove as she prepared to shake the hands of waiting hospital staff, the Queen emerged in good spirits
With a handbag over one arm, and clutching a neck scarf and one glove as she prepared to shake the hands of waiting hospital staff, the Queen emerged in good spirits"
She left hospital this afternoon after being admitted with symptoms of gastroenteritis 24 hours agoShe left hospital this afternoon after being admitted with symptoms of gastroenteritis 24 hours ago" Mwalionaje Beg la Queen " her style say: TULIA"
Despite suffering from debilitating sickness, the 86-year-old refused to allow an ambulance to collect her
Despite suffering from debilitating sickness, the 86-year-old refused to allow an ambulance to collect her"

This morning she received a visit from her personal physician, Professor John Cunningham, who arrived by scooter. The visit it is believed to have led to her being discharged
This morning she received a visit from her personal physician, Professor John Cunningham, who arrived by scooter. The visit it is believed to have led to her being discharged"

Doctors monitored the Queen very closely before her exit today. They were checking that the 86-year-old was properly hydrated and monitoring her pulse and blood pressure
Doctors monitored the Queen very closely before her exit today. They were checking that the 86-year-old was properly hydrated and monitoring her pulse and blood pressure"
Exit: The smiling Queen left King Edward VII Hospital this afternoon and thanked staff for their care over the past 24 hours
Exit: The smiling Queen left King Edward VII Hospital this afternoon and thanked staff for their care over the past 24 hours" FLFP: Say..nikama anamuambia chakufanya ili asirudi tena hapa Hospitali,MAKE SURE YOU DRINK LOTS OF MBEGE BIBII Eee" YOU KNOW MAISHA NI MAFUPI SANA SIKU IZI" Mbuta Nanga!!

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