Hospitalized since February 16, Prince Philip, worried about the future of the Crown, summoned his son Charles, revealed former royal family spokesman Dickie Arbiter on True Royalty TV.
On February 21, Prince Charles visited his father, the Duke of Edinburgh, at King Edward VII Hospital in London. Treated for an infection and placed under observation because of his cardiac history, it was Prince Philip who personally demanded that the heir to the throne, revealed Dickie Arbiter, spokesman for the royal family from 1988 to 2000, on True Royalty TV on Monday, March 1, reports Royal Stories.
While the husband of Elizabeth II is still to stay a few days in observation, the latter, worried about the future of the monarchy, wanted to talk with his eldest son. “I believe it was at the Duke’s request that the Prince of Wales visited him,” said Dickie Arbiter. One day he will die and he just wanted to say to Charles, ‘One day you will lead the family.
Prince Philip feels good and responds well to treatment
Admitted to King Edward VII Hospital in London “after a malaise”, Prince Philip, 99, was transferred to St Bartholomew’s Hospital on Monday, March 1. According to Buckingham Palace, the Duke of Edinburgh “feels well and responds well to treatment but will remain in hospital for several more days”. “He is looking forward to leaving the hospital, which is very positive. So we’re keeping our fingers crossed,” said Prince Edward. Concerned by the behavior of Harry and Meghan Markle, but also by the Duke of York, entangled in the Epstein affair, the Duke of Edinburgh is said to have given some advice to Prince Charles as a simple “precautionary measure”.
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