A Twitter user wrote: “I hope Prince Phillip is better, but why was Prince Charles allowed to visit his father in the hospital when families across the country are not allowed to visit their loved ones who are in the hospital?” Another asked: “Not disrespectful to princephillip. But double standards. Does Prince Charles get a fine?”
But many also defended Prince Charles, who had left the hospital visibly moved, as reported by the Daily Mail. “Good Morning Britain” presenter Piers Morgan (55) defended the prince on Instagram with the words: “What an incredibly sad picture. A son moved to tears after seeing his seriously ill 99-year-old father in the hospital. If you
The first reflex is to scold or gossip about Prince Charles’ visit to Prince Philip, then just be quiet. “
The 99-year-old husband of Queen Elizabeth II (94) was admitted to the hospital on February 16 as a precautionary measure. He had previously felt uncomfortable. He should stay there until next week.
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