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Entertainment Prince Philip: Duchess Camilla gives an update: "The treatment hurts"

17:10  03 march  2021
17:10  03 march  2021 Source:   bunte.de

Prince Philip: Prince William speaks about his state of health

 Prince Philip: Prince William speaks about his state of health It was shock news that made the rounds last Tuesday (February 16): Prince Philip (99) had to be taken to the hospital. The husband of the Queen (94) felt uncomfortable and had to go to the hospital for observation. But the "few days" initially foreseen under medical supervision has now turned into a whole week. There is great concern in the UK. Now Prince William (38) speaks up and reveals how his grandfather is doing. The reported the online edition of the British newspaper "Daily Mail".

Prince Philip (99) has been in the hospital for 16 days, shielded from the public, is not allowed to receive any visitors. Only his son Prince Charles (72) was allowed to visit him for a short time at his father's request. When the palace announced a few days ago that the husband of Queen Elizabeth (94) is now being transferred to the St. Bartholomew's Hospital because of his persistent infection and a previous heart disease , the rate rose Concern for the 99-year-old again. But now his daughter-in-law gives the all-clear - or at least an update on his condition.

Prinz Philip und Camilla © Finnbarr Webster - WPA Pool / Getty Images; Gareth Fuller - WPA Pool / Getty Images Prince Philip and Camilla

He has already seen a lot! In the video above, we show how moved and admirable Prince Philip's life has been so far.

Prince Philip hospitalized for 8 days: update on the situation

 Prince Philip hospitalized for 8 days: update on the situation © Agence / Bestimage Prince Philip hospitalized for 8 days: update on the situation After eight days of hospitalization, where is the state of health of Prince Philip? If Buckingham Palace is reassuring, the Duke of Edinburgh's medical team is keen to keep it under observation, for an indefinite period ... Eight days ago, Prince Philip was admitted to King Edward Hospital VII of London, for discomfort .

Duchess Camilla reveals how Prince Philip is doing now

When visiting a corona vaccination center in Croydon, Duchess Camilla (73) got a few details about the health of her father-in-law. Prince Philip is doing "slowly a little better," said Prince Charles' wife. However, "the treatment is painful".

Below is a tweet from a British journalist who met Camilla on location.

The entire royal family keeps their fingers crossed for Prince Philip

This update doesn't sound that reassuring, but at least it gives hope that Prince Philip will soon be better. "We all keep our fingers crossed," emphasized his daughter-in-law Camilla on behalf of herself, her husband and the rest of the British royal family.

Prince Philip, 99, begins his second weekend in hospital

  Prince Philip, 99, begins his second weekend in hospital The Duke of Edinburgh, 99, was admitted to King Edward VII Hospital in London last Tuesday evening as a precautionary measure after feeling unwell.The Duke of Edinburgh, 99, was admitted to King Edward VII Hospital in London last Tuesday evening as a precautionary measure after feeling unwell, and walked into the building unaided.

Unfortunately, the 73-year-old has not revealed exactly when the Queen's husband will be able to leave the hospital again and whether a complete cure is possible.

Prince William has also spoken about his grandfather's condition. We show what he said in the video below.

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