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The situation has been tense since they left the British royal family: Prince Harry (36) and Duchess Meghan (39, née Meghan Markle) live with the little Archie ( 1) Far away in the USA, while speculation about the withdrawal continues in the old homeland. The new book about Prince Philip (99) - "The Duke: 100 Chapters in the Life of Prince Philip" by author Ian provides a new ignition source Lloyd, in which the expert on Meghan's missed opportunity writes: "Prince Philip would have advised you.
Prince William said on Monday that his grandfather,, is "OK" as the 99-year-old royal consort remains under in a hospital for rest and observation.
William was asked about Philip when he visited a coronavirus vaccination centre in eastern England.
"Yes, he's OK, they're keeping an eye on him," William said, and gave a wink.
Philip was admitted to the private King Edward VII's Hospital in London on Tuesday.
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Since her departure from the British royal family, the situation has been tense: Prince Harry (36) and Duchess Meghan (39, born Meghan Markle) live with the small Archie (1) far away in the USA, while speculation about the withdrawal continues in the old homeland.
Buckingham Palace said the husband ofwas expected to remain in the hospital into this week for a period of "observation and rest".
Philip's illness is not believed to be related to COVID-19.
Both he and the Queen, 94, received a first dose of a vaccine against the coronavirus in early January.
Philip, who retired from public duties in 2017, rarely appears in public.
Transferred to another hospital, Prince Philip is observed for a heart problem .
© @Alamy The royal family will not find Prince Philip anytime soon. His hospitalization a fortnight ago moved the British. At 99 years old, the health of the Queen's husband, since 1947, begins to falter. However, Buckingham reassured his condition by announcing that his admission to hospital on February 16 was not due to Covid-19. Suffering from an infection, according to official statements, Prince Philip was transferred on Monday March 1 to St-Batholomew Hospital.