Infected Prince Philip to stay in hospital for a while
The Hospitalized husband of Queen Elizabeth will remain in the hospital to get rid of an infection. According to the palace, he is responding to treatment.
Prince Philip to stay' hospitalized' for more days
The Duke of Edinburgh who was rushed to the hospital for a mild illness last week has been admitted for infection and will stay longer at the hospital for days. This communiqué was released by the Palace Yesterday at noon. He was admitted for observation purposes after the doctor carried out a series of tests on him.
The 99-year-old is said to be hale and hearty and responding to doctor treatment. His son, the Earl of Wessex said his dad was better than last week and thanked members of the public for their prayers and letters. According to Prince Edward
'' The Duke is optimistic that he will be out of the hospital soon which is a good thing. We are all keeping our fingers crossed and feeling hopeful. ''
The Duke and the queen have both been administered the COVID-19 vaccines in January, and the test conducted has not linked the sickness to coronavirus. The royal couple celebrated their 73rd wedding anniversary last year and have been on lockdown at their home in Windsor Castle.
Duke was visited by Prince Edward on Tuesday
A source said that the duke who will be a centurion in July had walked to the hospital himself and his son visited him sometime later. After the brief meeting between father and din, Prince Charles went back to his Highgrove home in Gloucester. When probed on Monday, the Duke of Cambridge states his grandfather was doing well and doctors were keeping a good watch over him. Things have returned to normalcy in the palace as everyone continues with their functions.
The queen knitted an aid during a private meeting at Windsor. Prince Philip has abdicated from any royal functions in 2016, which was backed by Queen Elizabeth. During his active time, he went to about 24,000 engagements and made more than 6,000 public speeches.