Prince Philip underwent surgical procedure for a pre-existing coronary heart situation and can stay in hospital for “numerous days,” Buckingham Palace stated.
The Duke of Edinburgh underwent a “profitable process” for a pre-existing coronary heart situation after he was transferred from King Henry VII hospital to St Bartholomew’s on March 1.
In a press release, Buckingham Palace stated the operation passed off on Wednesday, March 3, and can stay in hospital for additional remedy.
The Palace stated: “The Duke of Edinburgh yesterday underwent a profitable process for a pre-existing coronary heart situation at St Bartholomew’s Hospital.
“His Royal Highness will stay in hospital for remedy, relaxation and recuperation for numerous days.”
On the day of his operation, Camilla Parker-Bowles, Prince Charles’ spouse, requested the nation to “preserve fingers crossed” for Prince Philip.
Whereas visiting a vaccination centre, the 73-year-old stated the Duke’s situation was “barely enhancing” however his hospital remedy “harm in the meanwhile.”