The optimism of the principe William, who on Monday said he felt good about Grandpa Philip’s health, found a more cynical counterpoint in the note from Buckingham Palace. “The Duke of Edinburgh will remain hospitalized at King Edward VII’s Hospital, where he is subjected to treatments aimed at appeasing an infection “, it was possible to read in a press release issued by the palace, in which it was then specified that Filippo, one hundred years old in June, will remain in hospital for “several days”.
The conditions of the prince consort would not be such as to cause concern. “He is responding well to treatment,” Buckingham Palace said, while keeping silent about the reasons that led Filippo to hospitalization. Queen Elizabeth II’s husband, who retired into private life in 2017, has been hospitalized multiple times over the years. This, among many, would be the daughter of a precautionary measure. According to palace sources, the prince arrived at the hospital by car and walked between the reception and the corridor without help or support. To force him to hospitalization, it would have been one pre-existing condition, not related to Coronavirus.