Queen Elizabeth II was reportedly at Prince Philips’s bedside when he died. The deceased allegedly insisted on taking good care of himself rather than being in the hospital for the second time after his surgery.
According to reports, Prince had refused further treatment two months before his 100th birthday. The birthday celebration attracted mass followers in the United Kingdom and around the world.
Prince Philip’s demise
Sadly, the Duke of Edinburgh passed on during his peaceful sleep. The longest consort in Britain leadership had reportedly undergone heart surgery. Reports indicated that he had to do the surgery as a result of infections. However, before his death, he had spent more time with the Queen, his wife.
Further, Queen Elizabeth, 94, confirmed that her husband’s health condition worsened on Thursday night. Ironically, the Queen allegedly brushed aside suggestions from advisers.
Consequently, Prince’ sudden demise was a blow to the royal family as sympathisers poured from all corners of the globe. His family – including the Queen, William, Harry, Meghan, Louis, Archie and George – are mourning the deceased.
However, the Queen’s deceased husband was able to set his eyes on his four children and grandchildren. His four children are Prince Charles, Prince Andrew, Princess Anne and Prince Edward.
Nevertheless, since the outbreak of coronavirus, the royal family has experienced many ups and downs. The royal family was subjected to a super-distanced stay.
The deceased was unlucky to spend time with his grandchildren
According to sources, Prince was not lucky to spend more time with his grandchildren because they had not received their COVID-19 vaccines. This happened as a result of health regulations, which prevented them from family meetings. The deceased was reportedly unhappy with the protocol, which only gave room for a meeting of a small number of family members.
Also, reports revealed that the Duke was in good form before his untimely death. However, he allegedly lamented how harder nursing visits from his grandchildren were.
After leaving King Edward VII Hospital on March 16, the deceased reportedly spent his time with his wife until he drew his last breath.