Prince Charles of Wales visited his mother Queen Elizabeth II at Windsor Castle after the death of Duke Philip of Edinburgh. The Sun tabloid writes about this on Friday, April 9th.
According to the publication, Charles was seen near the royal residence in a Tesla car in the passenger seat on Friday afternoon, a few hours after the death of his father became known.
As noted by CNN, citing a source at the royal court, the heir to the British throne was in constant contact with his father after his hospitalization in February.
On Friday, Buckingham Palace announced the death of Prince Philip. The spouse of Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain, Duke Philip of Edinburgh, was 99 years old.
The Dukes of Cambridge, Prince William and Kate Middleton emphasized that the death of Prince Philip was a great grief for the entire royal family. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson noted not only the service of Prince Philip to the monarchy and Great Britain, but also his loyalty to his wife and family.
Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip have been married for over 70 years and have four children. The Duke of Edinburgh died shortly before his wife’s birthday: on April 21, the Queen will turn 95 years old.
On February 16, it was reported that Prince Philip was hospitalized in London due to malaise. At the same time, already at the beginning of March, his condition, as noted, improved. He was taken to London’s St. Bartholomew’s Hospital to monitor his heart disease, as well as to treat an “infection” of an unspecified nature. In the middle of the month, Prince Philip was discharged from the hospital and returned to Windsor Castle.