Members of The Royal Family have ‘united in prayer’ for Prince Philip following the transfer of the Prince from King Edwards hospital to St. Bartholomew. Today makes it the 15th day since Prince Philip has been hospitalized.
The Duke of Edinburgh could stay for up to six weeks following his transfer to St. Bartholomew’s Hospital, where he is to undergo testing and observation for a pre-existing heart condition.
According to a royal source who spoke to Mirror: ‘The staff and all the Royal Family are united in their prayers for the Duke. There has been an almighty and collective effort to keep him and the Queen safe during the coronavirus crisis over the past 11 months but there was a significant shift in the mood when everyone started finding out the Duke wasn’t coming home any time soon.
In a few days, the dramatic clips of the Sussexes explosive interview will be released rf by a US television network.
Harry and Meghan’s two-hour tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey is broadcast in the US, but everyone in the palace is more concerned for the good health of Prince Philip. Queen Elizabeth II, who has been married to Prince Philip for 73, has carried on working throughout her husband’s stay at the hospital.
New footage of her smiling and laughing as she took part in a virtual statue unveiling with* Australian officials from Windsor was on display last night.
Staying in the hospital this long is frustrating but we wish the Duke a speedy recovery.