Prince Philip The Royal Family

The Duke of Edinburgh, Philip is in a serious condition.


Britain’s every part is heard praying in churches, homes, streets etc as the Duke of Edinburgh, Philip is admitted to hospital due to his serious condition.

The palm readers say, this might be Prince Philip’s decline now.

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Prince Philip is 96-year-old and is the husband of Queen Elizabeth. It’s his old age that has made him weak and so vulnerable.The reports say that he was admitted to hospital for surgery on his hip.

People have known Prince Philip since he was in his 20’s.

Greek-born Philip has remained at his beloved wife, Queen Elizabeth’s side throughout her 66-years in reign. It is indeed the longest in British history.

Also, he has earned a reputation for brusque comments and occasional gaffes at some of the thousands of ceremonial events he has attended.

After serving his country for so many years, he finally retired last year.

The Duke of Edinburgh retired from public life last year in August 2017, quipping at the time that he was no longer able to ‘stand up much’. He was admitted on this Tuesday to a London private hospital. A hospital, regularly used by the British royal family in preparation for a hip operation today.

The Buckingham Palace gave the statement:-

“His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh was admitted to King Edward VII Hospital in London this afternoon. He was admitted for a planned surgery on his hip which will take place on Wednesday. Further updates will be issued when appropriate”.

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Prince Philip has been the father of the Nation.

Outspoken, irascible and intensely private, the former naval officer has been one of the most influential figures in United Kingdom for decades. At times blunt to the point of rudeness, he is the Queen’s most important support.

The Royal UK prays for him and request our readers all over the world to do the same.

Long live the Monarchy