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Prince Philip, Queen Elizabeth's husband, dies

 Prince Philip, the Duke of Anbra and husband of Queen Elizabeth II, Queen of Britain, passed away at the age of 100, after suffering with illness, and subsequently entered the "King Edward VII" Hospital in London on February 16, for treatment of an infection but it was not Corona "Covid -" 19 "Then, he was transferred to St. Bartholomew's Hospital in the fog capital, until the Royal Palace of Buckingham announced, on March 4, that Prince Philip had undergone successful surgery as a result of a heart problem.

Since Prince Philip retired from public life in August 2017, after participating in more than 22,000 official public commitments since his wife's accession to the throne in 1952, he was hospitalized several times, the first time in April 2018, to undergo surgery to replace a "thigh joint". At that time, Buckingham Palace issued a statement saying: “His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh left the King Edward VII Hospital, after undergoing an operation to replace the thigh joint, and the Duke will continue his recovery journey in Windsor, and His Royal Highness wishes to express his gratitude for the good wishes he received. ".

The second incident in which he resorted to doctors and medical examination was in June of 2019, when the Royal Buckingham Palace announced that Prince Philip had suffered a traffic accident while driving his car unharmed, in an accident near Sennarringham farm in, explaining that another car was A party to the accident and that the police came to the scene.

Prince Philip was driving a Range Rover and was trying to enter a main street from a side road when the accident occurred, and eyewitnesses reported that the car he was driving overturned, and they helped the Duke to get out of the car, and he was conscious, but in a state of severe shock, and the examination and medical examination were signed. On him and proved he was not harmed.

Also at the end of December of 2019, Prince Philip was admitted to Edward VII Hospital, where he remained for four nights under observation, due to pre-diagnosed health problems.

In early January of the current year 2021, British Queen Elizabeth II and her husband Prince Philip received the new Corona virus vaccine "Covid 19", and Buckingham Palace said that Britain's Queen Elizabeth II and her husband Prince Philip received a vaccine against the Corona virus, in a rare comment on matters. Their health.

A spokesman for Buckingham Palace said: "The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh today received a vaccine against Covid-19," while a source confirmed to British media that the British Queen Elizabeth II and her husband Prince Philip received the vaccine from a doctor at Windsor Castle.

The last time Prince Philip entered the hospital was on February 16, and he stayed there for a full month, until he was cured of an undisclosed infection and undergoing a heart procedure, and he was discharged on March 16, and the royal palace issued a statement, stating: Prince Philip, 99-year-old Duke of Edinburgh, entered King Edward VII's private hospital on February 16 after feeling unwell as a result of an infection that has not been identified, but it is not Covid-19.

The statement added, "He was transferred for a short period at the beginning of this month to a cardiology center at another hospital in London, where he underwent an intervention to treat a previous heart problem." And Buckingham Palace said: "His Majesty would like to thank all the medical team that took care of him at King Edward Hospital." The former, St. Bartholomew's Hospital, and everyone who wished him a cure. "

A Reuters witness said that the Duke left King Edward Hospital after 10:30 p.m., and was transferred to a wheelchair-waiting car and returned to Windsor Palace, the royal residence in west London, and started waving to those outside upon his arrival.


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