The Queen Consort has been forced to postpone a visit to the West Midlands on Tuesday after contracting an illness, Buckingham Palace has said.
The nature of the illness is unclear but was described by palace officials as “seasonal”
She was set to carry out several engagements across the region tomorrow including celebrating the centenary of Elmhurst Ballet School in Edgbaston, Birmingham.
Camilla was also set to visit the Southwater One Library in Telford to thank staff and representatives from outreach and voluntary groups for their contribution to the community.
A Buckingham Palace spokesman said it was hoped a new date could be found soon for the postponed events.
Camilla has more engagements planned for later this week and the spokesman said she hoped to be feeling well enough to undertake a visit on Wednesday.
The Queen Consort has had a busy diary of engagements across the UK in recent weeks including travelling as far as Aberdeen and the Welsh town of Wrexham for events.