Buckingham Palace insisted Her Majesty was in “good spirits” following “preliminary investigations” during her hospital visit.
Her admittance is understood not to have been related to coronavirus.
A palace source said that the overnight stay was for practical reasons and the Queen was working on Thursday afternoon, undertaking “light duties”.
‘Disgusting’ Harry and Meghan fan slammed for posts as Queen spends night in hospital
Queen Elizabeth II hosted a major Global Investment summit at Windsor Castle on Tuesday evening.
Many royal fans took to social media to extend well wishes for the monarch and wish her a speedy recovery.
However, the Daily Mail’s royal commentator Richard Eden blasted fans of the Sussexes for posts they shared while the sovereign spent a night in hospital.
Mr Eden said he had seen fans trolling, and tweeted one fan’s account as an example.
Taking to Twitter, Mr Eden shared screenshots of tweets from the account @themadamduchess which discussed shopping for a coffin for the monarch.
He wrote: “There are some disgusting posts about the Queen from Harry and #Meghan fans. #royal”
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The screenshot he shared shows two tweets, and the first reads: “brb im shopping for coffins for the queen-” alongside a meme of someone walking quickly into the distance.
The second post from the same account reads: “dont worry queen, i got you @RoyalFamily which one do you want now? stainless steel? mahogany? oak?”
It was coupled with screenshots from a coffin website.
Mr Eden wasn’t the only one who was unimpressed by the tweets, as many other users blasted the account for being “disgraceful” and “disgusting”.
Rolene Marks, a keynote speaker and commentator on Israel and the Middle East tweeted from her account @RoleMarks to say: “This is disgraceful? Have they been reported to the authorities?”
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry in New York last month
While @REBELTROOP blasted the fans as “an absolute disgrace” and many others said they had reported the original tweets.
Prior to the monarch’s night in hospital, her Majesty has undertaken an impressive 14 engagements over the last three weeks.
The latest saw the head of state host a major Global Investment summit at Windsor Castle on Tuesday evening.
On Thursday evening, Buckingham Palace issued a statement revealing that the Queen visited hospital
The Queen was joined by her heirs the Prince of Wales and the Duke of Cambridge at the reception.
The guest list boasted leading figures of innovation including Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates and US climate envoy John Kerry.
In recent weeks the monarch, who celebrates her platinum jubilee marking 70 years on the throne in 2022, has been seen using a walking stick.
She was first pictured using the walking stick in public when she attended a service marking the centenary of the Royal British Legion.
The Queen was seen using it during appearances at both Westminster Abbey and the Senedd, Cardiff but not during Tuesday’s Global Investment Summit.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK