- Staff to be addressed by senior officer of Royal Household Sir Christopher Geidt
- Fuelling rumours of announcement concerning Queen or Duke of Edinburgh
- Staff from afar afield as Balmoral in Scotland have been called back to London
- Royal sources won’t reveal 10am meeting details but there is ‘no cause for alarm’
- Queen and Prince Philip were at engagements and their health said to be ‘fine’
- Ex-royal press secretary Dickie Arbiter claimed it could be about palace refurb
Speculation amongst Buckingham Palace staff is rampant this morning as the Queen’s most senior aides called her entire household to an emergency meeting today.
But royal sources have told the Mail that internet rumours about Her Majesty’s or Prince Philip’s health are ‘wide of the mark’ and they are ‘fine’.
Servants from royal residences across the country have been ordered to London and will be addressed this morning at 10am by the Lord Chamberlain, the most senior officer of the Royal Household, as well as Her Majesty’s right-hand man, Private Secretary Sir Christopher Geidt. Continue reading