Prince Charles: Emotional visit to Prince Philip in the hospital

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Prince Charles visited his father, Prince Philip, in the hospital, as the first member of the royal family. Pictures show the royal with tears in his eyes.

After several days in the hospital, Prince Philip (99) was able to look forward to a visit on Saturday afternoon. As reported by the British Daily Mail, among others, his son, Prince Charles (72), stopped by at around 3:30 p.m. at the King Edward VII Hospital in London, where the Duke of Edinburgh has been staying since Tuesday.

Fortunately, a few days ago the royal family had reason to be happy. Eugenie’s first child was born. We show you the snapshot of the little one and what his name is in the video.


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© www.de24.news The  newspaper also published pictures showing Prince Charles arriving at the private facility. It looks like the 72-year-old’s eyes are filled with tears. He was the first member of the royal family to visit Prince Philip locally. © www.de24.news

 The  Royal is said to have spent around half an hour with his father before returning home to Highgrove.

Queen Elizabeth II’s husband, 94, was admitted to the hospital on February 16 as a precautionary measure. He had previously felt uncomfortable. As a precaution, he should stay there until the coming week.

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Before they started their complete withdrawal from the royal family, Harry & Meghan announced the pregnancy with baby number 2 with this photo:

Hooray!  They become parents again

© Misan Harriman/© www.de24.news

 The  Duke and Duchess of Sussex via Getty Images; Chris Jackson/Getty Images; BUNTE.de


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