Royal fans spot sign being taken down outside Balmoral and fear worst for Queen

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Royal fans were left baffled when they spotted an odd detail on BBC News while listening to updates on the Queen's health.

Buckingham Palace made the announcements earlier this afternoon that Her Majesty was under medical supervision and remains comfortable at Balmoral.

Princes Charles, Camilla, Prince William, and Prince Harry have all rushed to the Scottish home in Aberdeenshire where the 96-year-old has been on a summer break since July.

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Live news coverage from BBC News shows barriers being placed outside one of the entrances to the estate.

And eagle-eyed royal fans spotted something unusual while presenter Huw Edwards gave updates on the report.

A maintenance worker was removing a neon stop sign right by the gate inside Balmoral Castle.

"Why was someone taking down the 'No Entry' sign at Balmoral?" Kerry, who posted the footage on Twitter, asked.

Another wrote: "Why was that stop sign taken town at the front of Balmoral? Very odd that."

Some believed it might have to do with announcements.

"They’ve taken the stop sign outside of Balmoral down…definitely preparing for THE sign. I hate to say it, but I think she’s either gone or is very close to going," a viewer speculated.

A second guessed: "With the stop sign at Balmoral having been removed I have a feeling we are approaching an announcement."

Others suggested it "might not look nice in pictures" if royal staff know the place will be "flooded with press and well-wishers".

The Queen was seen on her feet on Tuesday and photographed smiling as she appointed new Prime Minister Liz Truss.

The picture has sparked health fears for Her Majesty's health as people questioned about the dark blue bruise on her hand.

A Palace spokesperson said: "Following further evaluation this morning, the Queen's doctors are concerned for Her Majesty's health and have recommended she remain under medical supervision. The Queen remains comfortable and at Balmoral."

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