Prince Philip to spend ‘a few more days’ in hospital

Prince Philip to spend ‘a few more days’ in hospital

Prince Philip to spend ‘a few more days’ in hospital

That said, the Queen reportedly spoke to the Duke prior to him being transferred to King Edward VII Hospital in London and is being kept informed of his condition.

She was accompanied by her son Prince Edward and his family.

Other members of the royal family are expected to join the Queen over the comin days for their annual Christmas celebrations.

The BBC published photos of the Queen leaving St Mary Magdalene Church following the service on Sunday.

"The admission is a precautionary measure, on the advice of His Royal Highness' Doctor". He is expected to remain in hospital for a few days. "It was a deliberate admission, and he walked into the hospital unaided", the supply mentioned.

The duke has spent most of his time at their Norfolk home since he retired from public duties in August 2017.

However, it is claimed that the Queen's husband was taken by helicopter after struggling with health problems in recent weeks.

The household's conventional Christmas Day church service will probably be held at St Mary Magdalene Church. Philip additionally skipped Easter Sunday providers final 12 months forward of the announcement that he underwent hip substitute surgical procedure.

His treatment did not alter the Queen's schedule, and she left London for Norfolk by train on Friday to begin her traditional festive break on the private Sandringham Estate.

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If he's discharged from the hospital in time, Philip will be part of the queen, Prince Charles, Duchess Camilla, Prince William, Duchess Kate and their children - Prince Louis, 6, Princess Charlotte, 4, and Prince Louis, nearly 20 months - to have a good time Christmas Eve and Christmas in Sandringham. A new Royal British Legion recipe was created for the launch, with the royal family uniquely adding poppy seeds to the mixture in a nod to the charity's symbol of remembrance.

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