The palace stated Philip’s admission was taken on the recommendation of his physician, and that he’s anticipated to stay there for a couple of days of ‘commentary and relaxation.’
LONDON, UK — Britain’s Prince Philip has spent a third night in a London hospital after being admitted earlier this week for what Buckingham Palace described as “a precautionary measure.”
The 99-year-old husband of Queen Elizabeth II was admitted to the non-public King Edward VII Hospital on Tuesday night. There have been no reviews of holiday makers arriving on the non-public hospital on Thursday.
The palace stated Philip’s admission was taken on the recommendation of his physician, and that he’s anticipated to stay there for a couple of days of “observation and rest.”
Philip’s sickness shouldn’t be believed to be associated to COVID-19. Both the queen, 94, and Philip acquired a primary dose of a vaccine towards the coronavirus in early January.
Philip, who retired from public duties in 2017, hardly ever seems in public. His most up-to-date public occasion was a army ceremony at Buckingham Palace in July.
During England’s present coronavirus lockdown, the duke has been staying at Windsor Castle, west of London, with the queen, who has carried out duties such as conferences with dignitaries remotely.
The royal family is planning celebrations to mark Philip’s a hundredth birthday on June 10, lockdown restrictions allowing.
Philip married the then-Princess Elizabeth in 1947 and is the longest-serving royal consort in British historical past. He and the queen have 4 kids, eight grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren.
Philip final had a spell in hospital when he spent 4 nights on the King Edward VII in December 2019, the place he was handled for a “pre-existing condition” and discharged on Christmas Eve.