The Duchess of Cornwell recently revealed health updates on Prince Philip, who has been serving 15 in the hospital. While Camilla was on to a visit to a community centre for vaccination she revealed to the media that the Duke of Edinburgh is slightly improving healthwise.
She also added that although he is improving he does hurts at the moment. In a recent trip to south London, 99-year-old Duke’s daughter-in-law Camilla exclaimed that they are keeping their fingers crossed for the duke to recover as soon as possible.
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Prince Philip is on his longest serve in the hospital, the duke has been the longest-serving resort, the duke is undergoing treatment for an infection and is been tested for an ongoing heart condition of his.
Prince Philip was admitted to the hospital
Prince Philip was recently transferred for his pre-existing heart condition to another hospital by ambulance. He was taken to St Bartholomew’s Hospital on Monday at 11.15 am from King Edward VII’s Hospital.
The doctors from the hospital have said that the Duke of Edinburgh will continue treating him for an infection but meanwhile, they will also observe and undertake him for his pre-existing heart condition.
The protection and security of the duke were taken highly into consideration while transferring him to another hospital. He was carefully shielded while he was leaving the private King Edward VII hospital in London.
For a protective screen for the Duke of Edinburgh, large umbrellas were used as an ambulance was on stand by for the transfer. The duchess Camille commented on it while she was leaving after vising the Community Vaccination Centre, Croydon, at St Paul’s Church on Wednesday morning where she was also seen thanking the church representative and the NHS staff for supporting the country’s vaccination rollout the current year. The family’s hopes are up for 99-year-old Duke’s recovery.