Prince Charles ‘deeply worried’ about Prince Philip health and unconcerned about Oprah
Prince Charles discusses virus in Commonwealth Day message
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The Duke of Cornwall is far more concerned about his father’s condition, than he is about Meghan and Harry’s forthcoming interview with Oprah Winfrey. A source told the Mail on Sunday: “He is a man who feels emotions keenly and is far more concerned about the Duke of Edinburgh than whatever Oprah Winfrey is up to in California.” The Oprah interview will be aired this Sunday on CBS in the US, before being broadcast in the UK by ITV on Monday evening.
Meghan and Harry are expected to give their version of Megxit in a no holds barred interview.
The 99-year-old Duke of Edinburgh was initially admitted to hospital on February 16, after feeling unwell at Windsor Castle.
He spent over two weeks at the private hospital King Edward VII, receiving treatment for an unspecified infection.
However, last week he was abruptly transferred to St Bartholomew’s in central London for a heart procedure.
The Duke is known to have had a stent fitted in 2011.
On Friday, he was well enough to be taken back to the Kind Edward VII.
Buckingham Palace confirmed in a statement that Prince Philip would continue receiving treatment in hospital for a number of days.
On Sunday, Queen Elizabeth, Prince Charles, Camilla, William and Kate will appear in a programme celebrating the Commonwealth.
The senior Royals will also pay tribute to the world’s frontline healthcare workers.
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Prince Charles will praise the “extraordinary determination, courage and creativity” shown by the people of the Commonwealth during the pandemic.
He will also highlight the threat of climate change and global warming.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will, for their part, talk to the South African doctor and health activist Zolelwa Sifumba about the rights of healthcare workers.
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