Buckingham Palace released on Tuesday, the 23rd, the first medical report on the situation of Queen Elizabeth’s husband, who will turn 100 in June
THE Buckingham Palace released on Tuesday the 23rd the first bulletin on the health situation of the principle Philip since he was admitted with an infection last week. According to the statement, the Duke of Edinburgh, who will turn 100 on June 10, remains at King Edward VII Hospital in London, where he is “comfortable and responding to treatment”. However, it is not expected that the Queen Elizabeth II leave the hospital for “a few days”. Buckingham Palace had previously ruled out the possibility of Prince Philip being infected with new coronavirus. He and the queen received the vaccine against Covid-19 in January.
In an interview with the British television station Sky News, Prince Edward reassured that his father has been “much better” since he was admitted on Tuesday night last week, 16. The prince charles, the couple’s firstborn, traveled to London to pay a little over half an hour visit to the father at the hospital last Saturday, 20. However, he made no comment to the media about Prince Philip’s health.
* With information from EFE