Prince Philip Undergoes Heart Surgery – Health & Hospitalization Update!

According to recent reports, that’s not just the case Prince Philip He will stay in the hospital longer than expected after not feeling well. He actually had heart surgery! That’s right, only 3 months before his 100th birthday, Queen Elizabeth II’s partner is recovering from a “successful” heart operation!

Prince Philip has been closely monitored by medical specialists since he first showed up at King Edward VII Hospital on February 16, so they were quick to find out what was wrong with his health.

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At the time, he just wasn’t feeling very well, but his health has been deteriorating for some time. Therefore, it was recommended that doctors monitor him closely, although this was only viewed as a “precautionary measure”.

The palace announced at the time that the Duke’s admission is a precautionary measure on the advice of His Royal Highness Doctor after feeling uncomfortable. The Duke is expected to stay in the hospital for a few days to observe and rest. «

Since he was previously relocated to St. Bartholomew’s, a specialist heart hospital, fans of the Royal family I had already suspected that something was wrong with the very important organ.

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Now the Palace has issued a statement confirming: “The Duke of Edinburgh went through a successful procedure yesterday at St. Bartholomew’s Hospital for a pre-existing heart condition. HRH will be staying in the hospital for a few days for treatment, rest and recovery. ‘

This also further confirms that his health problems were definitely not caused by COVID-19.

After all, both Prince Philip and Queen Elizabeth were vaccinated!

Meanwhile, his son Prince Charles visited his father in the hospital on February 20.


The heir to the throne, accompanied by the security forces, came through a back door and entered.

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