Prince Philip was hospitalized as a precaution after he felt unwell. The Palace clarifies that this is not Covid
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Prince Philip, 99, husband of Queen Elizabeth, was hospitalized after he "felt unwell". This would be a precautionary measure, requested by the court doctor.
According to the official statement issued by Buckingham Palace, Prince Philip was hospitalized on the night of February 16 at King Edward VII Hospital. The note reads: “His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh was admitted to King Edward VII Hospital in London on Tuesday evening. The Duke's hospitalization is a precautionary measure, on the advice of His Royal Highness's doctor, after he has felt ill ”. And he continues: "The Duke should remain in hospital under observation for a few days".
Sources in the Palazzo confirm to the Express that Filippo's hospitalization is a precautionary measure and is not an emergency. The Prince was taken from Windsor Castle, where he has been with the Queen for several months, to the London hospital by car and not by ambulance. And he entered the hospital, independently, on foot.
According to the insiders, the Duke, who will turn 100 next June 10, felt unwell, but made it clear that his malaise is not linked to Covid. Last year his son Carlo tested positive, but took care at home.
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