Prince Philip enters fourth weekend in hospital after returning to King Edward VII

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The Duke of Edinburgh is spending his twentieth fifth night in hospital, since being admitted on February 16. He is expected to remain hospital bound until at least the end of next week, according to the Daily Telegraph. The 99-year-old Duke was transferred on March 5 to St Bartholomew’s in London, a leading heart hospital.

The Queen’s husband underwent treatment there, before returning to the private hospital on Friday.

Prince Philip had a stent fitted in 2011, after suffering with chest pains.

After the successful heart procedure, Buckingham Palace issued a statement saying: “The Duke of Edinburgh yesterday underwent a successful procedure for a pre-existing heart condition at St Bartholomew’s Hospital.

“His Royal Highness will remain in hospital for treatment, rest and recuperation for a number of days”.

The prince’s legions of royal fans were quick to wish him a speedy recovery on social media.

One wrote: “Sending prayers and best wishes to the Royal Family.”

Another posted: “My good morning today goes to Prince Phillip.

“You definitely need everyone cheering you on right now, our Queen needs you.”

While a third said: “Since all this interview stuff came out people have forgotten what is important!


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“Prince Philip is still in the hospital and still needs thoughts and prayers!

“All this mess can’t be good on him and HM worrying about him and the interview.”

The Duke of Edinburgh will celebrate his 100th birthday on June 10.

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