LONDON — Prince Philip, the 99-year-old husband of Queen Elizabeth, left a London hospital on Tuesday, a month after he was initially hospitalized and later handled for a coronary heart downside, the BBC and different information retailers reported.
Prince Philip was first taken from Windsor Citadel, a royal residence about 20 miles west of central London, the place he had been staying throughout the newest coronavirus lockdown, to King Edward VII’s Hospital within the British capital on Feb. 16 after feeling in poor health.
He then underwent surgical procedure at St. Bartholomew’s Hospital, additionally in London, for a pre-existing coronary heart situation this month, and was moved again to King Edward VII’s Hospital, from the place he was discharged on Tuesday.
Buckingham Palace has not disclosed the precise cause he was first taken to the hospital, though it mentioned it was not associated to the coronavirus. Prince Philip and Queen Elizabeth obtained Covid-19 vaccines in January.