Filipe de Edinburgh stays in hospital, but “in a good mood” | British royal family

Prince Filipe, 99 (will be 100 on June 10), is “in a good mood” even though he was hospitalized “as a precaution,” the British BBC reported this Thursday, citing the palace’s source.

According to the various British media that are closely monitoring the development of the Duke of Edinburgh, his health is not related to a Covid 19 disease (against which he was vaccinated back in January at the same time) that Isabel II and before Carlos and Camila). inspires not even great care, considering that the various members of the royal family have kept their agendas unchanged: The Queen, 94, telephoned Admiral Tony Radakin about the work of the Navy Royal at home and abroad while Prince Carlos was visiting accompanied by his wife, Camila, at Rainha Isabel Hospital in Birmingham, where he reached out to patients and professionals at the NHS, the country’s national health service.

?? ?? Earlier today, the Queen spoke to the First Sea Lord, @AdmTonyRadakin, about the ongoing work of @RoyalNavy at home and abroad.

As sovereign, the Queen is the head of the armed forces and closely associated with all three services.

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Filipe Mountbatten, son of Prince André of Greece and Denmark and Princess Alice von Battenberg, was born in Greece in 1921 as a member of the Greek and Danish royal families. When he was just over a year old, he fled with the country’s family (he says he was hidden in a box of oranges) due to the 1922 coup d’état after studying in France, England, Germany and Scotland. He joined the British Royal Navy in 1939 when he began corresponding with the eldest daughter of Jorge VI, who later inherited his father’s crown.

After the Second World War, Philip received permission from the king to marry Isabel. The engagement took place on November 20, 1947 after five months of engagement. When he got married, Philip received the title of HRH and Duke of Edinburgh. The couple had four children – Carlos, Prince of Wales, Ana, Royal Princess, André, Duke of York and Eduardo, Count of Wessex – and already had eight grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren (the latter, son of Princess Eugenie and Jack) who was born on Brooksbank Born on February 9, at least two more are on the way: Zara Tindall is expecting her third child, and Harry and Meghan have announced their second baby.

Exactly 73 years ago, on November 20, 1947, Isabel and Filipe exchanged promises in front of millions of people – the wedding was witnessed by around 200 million people worldwide thanks to the BBC special that broadcast the recording of the ceremony.