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World Prince Philip hospitalized for 8 days: update on the situation

15:43  23 february  2021
15:43  23 february  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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".

Le prince Philip hospitalisé depuis 8 jours : le point sur la 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 . A wind of panic quickly blew on the Crown, while the husband of Queen Elizabeth , 99 years old, is not at his first stroke of fear . However, Buckingham Palace wished to calm the spirits, by first sweeping suspicions of contamination with Covid-19 , then reassuring about his state of health. Prince Philip was simply not feeling well, and went to the hospital on the advice of his private doctor, without any emergency procedures. While he was a priori only passing through the hospital, Prince Philip was finally kept under observation for an indefinite period .

Queen, Prince Charles and Camilla continue with royal engagements after Prince Philip taken to hospital

  Queen, Prince Charles and Camilla continue with royal engagements after Prince Philip taken to hospital It seems the British Royal Family are taking the 'Keep Calm and Carry On' approach after news that Prince Philip has been admitted to hospital on Tuesday evening, as a "precautionary measure". Queen Elizabeth carried on her duties hours after her husband was taken to King Edward VII Hospital in London, putting in a phone call from Windsor Castle to the First Sea Lord of the Royal Navy. Meanwhile, Prince Charles and Camilla visited the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham today, just hours before the news about the Duke of Edinburgh was made public.

An extended stay that convinced Prince Charles - yet 300 kilometers from the hospital to his home in Highgrove - to jump in a car to visit his father . The visit was short but symbolic , as the future monarch is the first member of the royal family to come to see Prince Philip. Present in a vaccination center in Norfolk this Monday, February 22, Prince William was caught off guard by the famous photographer Arthur Edwards. He wanted to know more about Prince Philip's state of health. “Prince William was asked this morning about his grandfather during a visit to a vaccination center. He said: ' Yeah, he's fine, they're watching him. And winked "Royal Daily Mail columnist Rebecca English reported.

Prince Harry worried

On the other side of the Atlantic, Prince Harry would be more worried than ever for his grandfather . Because it is rumored that Prince Philip would have very badly experienced the tensions within the clan, and in particular the Megxit ... Resident in Los Angeles with Meghan Markle and their son Archie, the Duke of Sussex would have already taken his arrangements to make a disaster return to the UK if Prince Philip's health deteriorates. "Harry is of course very concerned about his grandfather's health and is regularly kept informed of his condition. He has decided to isolate himself in case he has to return to the UK suddenly," a source told the Mirror .

Prince Philip, 99, admitted to hospital as a 'precautionary measure' .
The Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip, has been admitted to hospital as a "precautionary measure", Buckingham Palace has announced. The 99-year-old was taken to King Edward VII hospital in London on Tuesday night.A statement from Buckingham Palace said the prince was admitted on the advice of his doctor after feeling unwell.He is expected to remain there "for a few days of observation and rest".It is understood the Duke was taken to hospital by car and walked into the hospital unaided, and his illness is not related to COVID-19.

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