Prince Philip doing ‘OK’, says Prince William

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Britain’s Prince William, Duke of Cambridge visits King’s Lynn Corn Exchange Vaccination Centre, King’s Lynn, Britain February 22, 2021. — Picture by Arthur Edwards/Pool via Reuters
Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - Britain’s Prince William, Duke of Cambridge visits King’s Lynn Corn Exchange Vaccination Centre, King’s Lynn, Britain February 22, 2021. — Picture by Arthur Edwards/Pool via Reuters

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LONDON, Feb 22 — Prince William said today that his 99-year-old grandfather Prince Philip is doing “OK” after spending nearly a week in hospital.

Questioned by journalists while visiting a vaccination centre in eastern England, second-in-line to the throne William, 38, said: “Yes, he’s OK, they’re keeping an eye on him.” 

He then gave a wink.

Prince Philip, Queen Elizabeth II’s husband for 73 years, was admitted to the private King Edward VII Hospital in London on Tuesday evening as a “precautionary measure” after he felt unwell, Buckingham Palace said.

Palace sources said that his admission was not coronavirus-related and that he was in good spirits.

William’s father Prince Charles visited his father in hospital on Saturday but did not comment on his state of health. — AFP

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