The husband of the Queen: Prince Philip after car accident very much in shock

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    Prince Philip has survived a car accident in England unharmed. The 97-year-old husband of Queen Elizabeth II (92) have sat on Thursday afternoon at the wheel, the Buckingham Palace in London. Philip had suffered in the accident with another vehicle near the country seat of Sandringham no injuries, as a Palace spokesperson of the German press-confirmed Agency. Philip was in the hospital. The Palace at first was called, no further Details.

    eye witnesses reported to the BBC that they had helped the Prince out of the overturned car. Philip was conscious, but “very, very in shock”. Him vibration was noted. The accident occurred in the according to witnesses, a bit of a moment. The BBC quoted also police information, whereby the second involved a car, a Limousine, two people were slightly injured. The Palace, Philip had to go to hospital, but was examined by a doctor. The Archbishop of York, John Sentamu, has published on Twitter a prayer for Philips healthcare.

    2017 in retirement have traded

    The British news channel Sky News, it’s supposed to be a “minor collision”. On photos a on the side-seated vehicle. It should be according to Sky News to Philips car. Another car stood at the roadside.

    The British Royal couple will spend the time around the turn of the year, traditionally in Sandringham in the East England County of Norfolk. The Royals also celebrate Christmas and new year. The two of them are for her age very sprightly. Last fall, they were observed during the common riding: you high to the horses and the carriage.

    Philip had adopted in 2017. He is since then, only rarely in Public. The attendance at the weddings of his grandchildren Harry (34) and Princess Eugenie (28) in the past year, he was, however, not to be missed. Since the accession to the throne of the Queen in 1952, Philip media has perceived reports of 22.219 official appointments. His last official appearance was at a military parade the Royal Marines in August 2017 in front of Buckingham Palace. The back door had “kept the retired Philip” but to be Frank: as an occasional companion of the Queen for appointments.

    In recent years Philip suffered from health problems: The heart made him to create, he had cystitis, and had to be operated by the Hand, and got 96 years, a new hip joint. That doesn’t stop him, though, to sit behind the wheel.