The state of health of Prince Philip, hospitalized for several days, worries the British. Camilla Parker-Bowles wanted to reassure and give news this Wednesday, March 3.
The United Kingdom is holding its breath. While Camilla Parker-Bowles was visiting a vaccination center in Croydon, in the south of London, on Wednesday March 3, the Duchess of Cornwall agreed to deliver a few words on the health of Prince Philip, who has been hospitalized since February 17, as reported in The Sun. The wife of Prince Charles confirmed that his health is improving “slightly” but that his treatment “hurt at times”. Full of hope, she told reporters who were questioning her “we’re keeping our fingers crossed”.
Prince Philip is currently living his longest stay in hospital. First taken care of at King Edward VII in London, after “a malaise” according to Buckingham Palace, with no connection with Covid-19, he left the establishment in an ambulance on Monday March 1, to head for St Bartholomew’s Hospital in London where he should stay at least until the end of the week. Prince Philip, 99, is currently being treated for an infection and placed under observation because of his heart history, the Palace said.
Yes, he’s fine, they’re monitoring him.
Since his hospitalization, Prince Philip has received the visit of his son Prince Charles, whom he had requested at his bedside on February 20. Two days later, it was Prince William who gave news of his grandfather. Yes, he is well, they are watching him. And winked,” reported Rebecca English of the DailyMail.
Because of the health crisis, Elizabeth II, almost 95 years old, was not allowed to visit her husband. The monarch winked at her tenderly. This Thursday, February 25, while she was speaking by videoconference about the Covid-19 vaccination campaign, she was wearing the brooch chosen for the photo of her engagement to Prince Philip in 1947. Quite a symbol.
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