Her Majesty â€œsuccessfully underwent a short planned procedureâ€?, a spokesman from the palace said.
The reporters found that Elizabeth had surgery in a private London hospital King Edward VII.
Although she turned 92 in April, the queen traditionally holds an official birthday on the second Saturday of June - this weekend - to enjoy more favourable weather.
She did not cancel or postpone any engagements.More news: The 'trend' that is troubling the US
According to a source in the Royal circle, she didn't have the surgery to cancel any formal commitments at a recent event, she appeared wearing sunglasses.
Despite her age, the queen is known for her robust health and still carries out hundreds of engagements every year.
The surgery involves replacing a cloudy lens inside the eye with an artificial one.More news: Sending U.S. detainee to Syria a death warrant, lawyers say
Unlike her daughter, she spent the night in the King Edward VII Hospital.
It is the most common operation performed in the United Kingdom, with a high success rate in improving eyesight.
The surgeon will make a small incision in the eye to remove the cloudy lens, and then replace it with a clear one.
The procedure usually takes 30 to 45 minutes, and the Queen was in and out in the same day. It is often carried out under local anaesthetic and patients usually go home on the same day. It can four to six weeks for patients to fully recover.More news: Donald Trump Considering Pardon for Muhammad Ali