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US News Prince Philip hospitalized: all his health problems for 10 years

19:50  17 february  2021
19:50  17 february  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Le prince Philip hospitalisé : tous ses ennuis de santé depuis 10 ans © Bestimage Prince Philip hospitalized: all his health problems for 10 years At 99 years old, Prince Philip was hospitalized on the night of Tuesday 16 February. If Buckingham Palace wanted to be reassuring about the latter's state of health, this is not the first time that the Duke of Edinburgh has raised concerns.

The news fell on Wednesday February 17th. On the advice of his doctor, Prince Philip, 99, was recently hospitalized after becoming ill. The information was announced by Buckingham Palace, which nevertheless indicates that his loss of consciousness of the Duke of Edinburgh is not linked to Covid-19 . The husband of Her Majesty Elizabeth II should thus remain at rest and under observation for a few days by " precautionary measure " . But this is not the first time that the health of His Royal Highness Prince Philip has raised the concern of the British people . In December 2011, the one who will celebrate its centenary on June 10, was undergoing heavy treatment due to of a blocked coronary artery . The following year, an bladder infection had prevented him from attending the entire Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II . In June 2014, Prince Philip was passing over the operating table due to exploratory surgery on the abdomen

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. Two years later, Philip Mountbatten, whose real name is, quietly withdrew from the anniversary of the Battle of Jutland because of "minor pathology", according to

Buckingham Palace comments. At the start of 2019, the monarch was the victim of an car accident from which he miraculously escaped unharmed. A few months later, shortly before the Christmas holidays, the Duke spent four nights at King Edward Hospital in central London because of a "pre-existing illness". He was then driven to Sandringham for to spend the Christmas holidays with his family, in the company of Queen Elizabeth II.

  Le prince Philip hospitalisé : tous ses ennuis de santé depuis 10 ans © Provided by Gala Prince Philip and Queen Elisabeth II at the launch of the Commonwealth Games in London, March 13, 2017 AGENCY / BESTIMAGE Many messages of encouragement Prince Philip's hospitalization sparked a lot of emotion across the Channel. Alexander Stafford, Member of Parliament, UK tweeted: "I wish His Royal Highness Prince Philip a speedy recovery. My thoughts and prayers are with him today." The managing director of Charities Aid Foundation, an

UK charity of which Prince Philip was the patron, told Mail Online: "We are sorry to hear that the Duke of Edinburgh has been admitted to the hospital. We wish him a speedy recovery. " There is no doubt that these many thoughts will please the person concerned.

Prince Philip: Palace gives update on his state of health .
Great worries in the UK: On Tuesday (February 16), Prince Philip (99) was taken to the King Edward Hospital . As the palace announced, the stay in the hospital was a precautionary measure. The husband of the Queen (94) should rest and recover for a few days. But the few days in the hospital quickly turned into a whole week. The concern for the prince consort grew. Only on Monday (February 22nd) his grandson Prince William (38) made a statement and announced that Prince Philip was "okay" .

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