The last few days have not been easy for Prince Philip. Hospitalized since February 16, “as a precaution”, the husband of Queen Elizabeth II was finally transferred to Saint-Barthélemy hospital in London on March 1, where he underwent heart surgery in the greatest secrecy. . A far from trivial intervention which it seems has gone well and from which the Duke of Edinburgh must now recover. This is why he was once again transferred on the morning of Friday, March 5 to the King Edward VII clinic, where he will stay for a number of days more in order to rest but also to follow the treatment. administered to her, as Royal Expert Rebecca English reported. Prince Charles’s father will therefore have to show a great deal of courage and patience in order to return to his home where his wife awaits him.
Breaking: Following The Duke of Edinburgh’s successful procedure at St Bartholomew’s Hospital on Wednesday, he has been transferred to King Edward VII’s Hospital this morning. The Duke is expected to remain in hospital for continuing treatment for a number of days.
– Rebecca English (@RE_DailyMail) March 5, 2021
If the news is now rather reassuring, the duke of 99 years is still followed very closely by doctors but also by his family who are very worried about him. While Prince Harry, worried for his grandfather, stands ready to join England in case of emergency, on March 2, it was Camilla Parker Bowles, the wife of Prince Charles who gave news of the prince Philip. She mentioned in particular her treatment which “would hurt her at times” while noting all the same that her situation “was improving slightly”. The Duchess of Cornwall added “keep her fingers crossed” to ensure Prince Philip’s health stabilizes in the days to come, as do many Britons, who are hoping Philip Mountbatten can celebrate his 100th birthday on June 10th. .
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