Prince Philip was hospitalized after feeling unwell

Prince Philip was hospitalized after feeling uncomfortable.

Buckingham Palace confirmed that the 99-year-old Duke of Edinburgh was hospitalized as a “precautionary measure” and on the advice of HRH’s doctor.

A statement said: “His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh was admitted to King Edward VII Hospital in London on Tuesday evening.


Prince Philip was hospitalized after feeling unwell (Photo Credit: Tony Clark / SplashNews.com)

Prince Philip was hospitalized

“The admission of the Duke is a precaution taken on the advice of His Royal Highness Doctor after feeling uncomfortable.

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Philip had previously gone to the hospital for Christmas 2019.

He remained in King Edward VII’s hospital “For observation and treatment for a pre-existing condition”.

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Philip is in the hospital as a precaution (Credit: POOL / SplashNews.com)

Philip is celebrating his 100th birthday this year

However, he left on Christmas Eve and was able to celebrate with the Queen and the Royal Family in Sandringham.

Prince Philip will celebrate his 100th birthday this June.

And when the restrictions of the coronavirus allow it, it will be celebrated in style.

However, according to experts, Philip does not want any fuss on his birthday.

Philip has reportedly shown himself to be a “reluctant celebrant” before his 100th birthday.


Philip turns 100 in June (Photo credit: SplashNews.com)

An insider said The telegraph: “Let’s just say we have a reluctant celebrant. You can’t do something if someone doesn’t want something to be done.

“The only person you can guarantee won’t want anything to do with it is the Duke.”

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Meanwhile, an expert told Entertainment Daily how Philip is likely to mark the occasion.

Prince Philip Revealed writer and editor-in-chief of Majesty magazine Ingrid Seward said, “For now, all we know is that there will be a thanksgiving service at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor for family, friends and charities for military organizations of which he is the patron.

“I suspect there might be lunch at Frogmore House with some of his European relatives, immediate family, and some select friends who are still around.”

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