Britain’s 99-year-oldhas been admitted to a London hospital after feeling unwell, Buckingham Palace stated Wednesday. The palace stated the husband of Queen Elizabeth II was admitted to the personal King Edward VII Hospital on Tuesday night.
It known as the admission “a precautionary measure” taken on the recommendation of Philip’s physician. The palace stated Philip is predicted to stay within the hospital for a number of days of “remark and relaxation.”
Philip, also referred to as the Duke of Edinburgh, retired from public duties in 2017 and barely seems in public.
Throughout England’s presentlockdown, he has been staying at Windsor Citadel, west of London, with the queen.
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 youngsters, eight grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren.
A former naval officer and eager polo participant, Philip loved sturdy well being properly into previous age however has had quite a few well being points in recent times.
In 2011, he was rushed to a hospital by helicopter after struggling chest pains and handled for a blocked coronary artery. In 2017, he spent two nights within the King Edward VII hospital and was hospitalized for 10 days in 2018 for a hip substitute.
Philip was final hospitalized in December 2019, spending 4 nights within the King Edward VII Hospital for what the palace stated was deliberate remedy of a pre-existing situation.
He was pressured to surrender driving on the age of 97, after smashing right into a automobile whereas driving a Land Rover close to Sandringham property in January 2019. Philip wanted assist to get out of the Land Rover however wasn’t injured. A girl within the different car suffered a damaged wrist.
- Players, staff threaten fans after confirmation of allegations: Schalke
- Queen Elizabeth turns 95, a bigger brand than Oprah
- Hertz gets sweet offering as bankruptcy bid
- Data-scraping tool can link millions of Facebook profiles to email addresses
- More companies are standing up for civil rights