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Prince Philip feeling "much better" according to Prince of Wales

The Prince of Wales has revealed that his 98-year-old father, Prince Philip, is feeling “much better” following his mysterious illness that put him in hospital for several nights ahead of Christmas. Charles told wellwishers about his father yesterday while walking from church yesterday at Sandringham alongside other members of his family including his sister, Princess Anne and…
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Prince Charles says of Prince Philip 'when you get to that age things don't work so well'

The Prince of Wales spoke of his father’s condition during a visit to the flood-hit communities in South Yorkshire yesterday. The Duke of Edinburgh has now spent four nights in King Edward VII’s Hospital in London for what Buckingham Palace has described as a “pre-existing condition.” He replied to a question from a reporter about Prince Philip, “He’s being…
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Prince Philip admitted to hospital via helicopter with 'some degree of urgency'

It has emerged that the Duke of Edinburgh arrived in London on Thursday by helicopter where he was admitted to the Edward VII Hospital. Initial reports suggested that the 98-year-old made the journey from Norfolk to London by car, however, it is now understood that Prince Philip was flown to hospital. Richard Kay of the Daily Mail writes that the manner of the Duke’s hospital admission…
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An Equerry lays a wreath on behalf of Prince Philip at the Cenotaph

AnEquerry was tasked with the honour of laying a wreath on behalf of the Duke of Edinburgh at the Cenotaph on Sunday during the remembrance commemorations. The 98–year-old Prince was absent from this year’s Armistice Day commemorations, so instead had a wreath placed in lieu. Captain James Aubrey placed the wreath at the base of the Cenotaph before saluting the monument on the…
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