Dion's post comes months after her last one, leaving fans to wonder if her health has improved.
Ever since her last post in June 2022, Celine Dion has been missing from social media, but she recently shared a post, paying tribute to Queen Elizabeth, who passed away on September 8, 2022, at the age of 96.
Along with a photo of the late monarch, Dion penned a heartfelt tribute.
"Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II was such a graceful, elegant, woman of extraordinary kindness. She dedicated her life to public service, tirelessly helping others in need. She truly was an inspiration of strength and dignity for so many, and her loss will be deeply felt throughout the entire world... we will all miss her," the My Heart Will Go On singer shared.
"My sincere condolences to The Royal Family and to everyone who loved and cherished her. Celine xx…," she concluded her post.
Dion's latest post comes just a few months after she announced she was canceling her 2022 European tours, since her muscle spasms had gotten quite bad. She also revealed that her recovery was taking longer than she had hoped, according to Good Morning America.
"I'm so sorry we have to change our tour plans for Europe one more time," Dion said in an emotional video statement. "First we had to move the shows because of the pandemic -- now this is my health issues that is causing us to postpone the shows and unfortunately we have to cancel some too."
"The good news is that I'm doing a little bit better, but it's going very slow and it's very frustrating for me," she added at the time.
She then said that she has been getting treatment and taking medication but she's "still experiencing some spasms" and added that her recovery is taking "a lot longer" than she had hoped.
After thanking her fans for their unconditional love and support, the singer also took the opportunity to say that she stands with the people of Ukraine, adding, "I hope and pray that this war ends soon."
Sadly this wasn't the first time she was forced to cancel her shows. In January 2022, she canceled her North American tour dates for her Courage World Tour due to her health. "I was really hoping that I'd be good to go by now, but I suppose I just have to be more patient and follow the regimen that my doctors are prescribing," the Canadian superstar said in a statement, according to Good Morning America.
"There's a lot of organizing and preparation that goes into our shows, and so we have to make decisions today which will affect the plans two months down the road."
Hopefully, Dion's health is better than it was, and we get to see her back on stage really soon.
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