Brits have flooded the Palace with well wishes after the Queen spent the night in hospital after she was forced to cancel her trip to Northern Ireland.

The Queen, 95, was taken to King Edward VII's Hospital in London in what is understood to have been a cautious decision made by her medical team on Wednesday, October 20.

But Buckingham Palace has described the monarch as being in "good spirits" since her discharge on Thursday.

After the news broke about her hospital stay, it was found that online searches for Get Well Soon cards had soared in the UK, analysis of Google search data revealed.

It was reported that online interest for the sympathy cards had skyrocketed to four times (400%) the average volume in one hour on October 21, according to casino review experts

"Queen Elizabeth II is perhaps the most famous figure in British history and this news has undoubtedly made the global headlines around the world," a spokesperson for the casino review site said.

"Seeing the British people want to send their well-wishes to the Queen highlights how meaningful she is to the public.

"Whilst the circumstances surrounding the Queen's health are still unclear, the outpouring of well-wishes are sure to make her feel better."

  • Every time Queen been hospitalised or cancelled trips for medical reasons

Worried Brits have since taken to Twitter to send their "prayers" and wish the Queen a "swift recovery" as she returned home to Windsor.

One person said on Twitter: "As a Brit, I am truly concerned by this news.

"Her Majesty The Queen has been a rock of stability in Britain and is one of the country's greatest assets. Here's hoping she makes a full recovery."

While another person said: "She is a glowing inspiration to us all."

  • Queen was 'back at her desk' doing 'light' work after spending the night in hospital

A third wrote: "God save the Queen. We need her more than ever right now."

Another user said: "She is very precious! Hope she gets to meet baby Lillibet soon."

It is believed that the Queen returned to work in Windsor Castle and was undertaking some light duties by Thursday afternoon.

The palace said in a statement: "Following medical advice to rest for a few days, the Queen attended hospital on Wednesday afternoon for some preliminary investigations, returning to Windsor Castle at lunchtime today, and remains in good spirits."

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