Prince Philip taken to hospital as a "precautionary measure"

Prince Philip taken to hospital as a

Prince Philip taken to hospital as a "precautionary measure"

He was admitted to hospital in 2017 for treatment of an infection, also stemming from a pre-existing condition, and previous year, he had hip replacement surgery, which required a 10-day stay.

British Royal Prince Philip He has been admitted to the hospital as a "precautionary measure".

His London hospital stay is likely to upset the royal family's plans for Christmas at the monarch's private Sandringham estate in Norfolk, eastern England.

He is expected to remain in hospital overnight and for a number of days. He was not taken by ambulance and it was a planned admission.

Reports comprise advised that the Duke of York, who has had a tumultuous discontinue to the one year after his disastrous look on the BBC's Newsnight programme, may perhaps furthermore join the Queen at church.

Britain's Prince Philip, the husband of Queen Elizabeth II, has been hospitalised as a "precautionary measure" related to a pre-existing condition, Buckingham Palace said on Friday.

ITV News' royal editor, Chris Ship, said the Duke "walked into the hospital" himself after being driven down from the estate. Picture: Mark Cuthbert/UK Press via Getty Images. Today, at 98 years old, the Duke of Edinburgh doesn't attend many public events.

In March 2018, he missed the Maundy Thursday service with the Queen because of a problem with his hip and a few days later, in April, Philip was admitted to hospital ahead of a planned hip replacement. The following month, Buckingham Palace announced that he had voluntarily surrendered his driver's licence. Harry along with his partner don't spend Christmas, the initial of these boy Archie, using the queen: they will have taken a couple weeks off that they invest because of the group of Meghan, in California.

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