Prince Philip in hospital: doctors’ opinion on the state of health of Elizabeth II’s husband unveiled

News from Prince Philip! The Duke of Edinburgh scared the royal family on February 16. After discomfort, Elizabeth II’s husband, 99, was admitted to King Edward VII Hospital in London for observation for at least several days. “His hospitalization is a precautionary measure on the advice of the doctor of His Royal Highness,” said Buckingham in a statement. Three days later, how is William and Harry’s grandfather? According to Rebecca English, royal expert for the Daily Mail, Prince Philip will have to extend his stay at the clinic. Although his condition is not the most alarming, his doctor would rather keep him under surveillance all weekend and probably all next week.

A blow for the father of Prince Charles who can not even count on the visits of his wife or his family, prohibited because of the Covid-19. It is therefore alone, surrounded by his doctors who act “with great caution” that the Duke will spend his next few days. However, he would be in good spirits, determined to keep fit in order to celebrate his 100th birthday next June.

Prince Harry, ready to urgently return to England?

If his grandfather’s condition worsened, Prince Harry would already be ready to return to the United Kingdom quickly, in order to be as close as possible to his family. Meghan Markle’s husband would have already made arrangements. The Express says he has already decided to prepare a private jet in case of an emergency. However, it is certainly without his wife, currently pregnant, and without his son Archie, that Harry will have to make the trip.

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