The husband of Elizabeth II will remain in the hospital for treatment, rest, and recuperation for a few more days.
Prince Philip, the husband of Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain, underwent surgery for heart disease. This was reported on March 4 by BBC News, citing a statement from Buckingham Palace.
It is noted that on March 3, the Duke of Edinburgh successfully underwent surgery for heart disease at St. Bartholomew's Hospital and will spend several more days in the hospital for treatment and recovery.
Recall that 99-year-old Prince Philip has been sick for more than two weeks. On Tuesday, February 16, he was taken to the hospital of King Edward VII, and almost two weeks later he was transferred to the hospital of St. Bartholomew.
The day before, it was reported that the Duke is recovering and doctors will continue his treatment for the infection, as well as examine the heart.
In June, the spouse of Elizabeth II should be one hundred years old. He stopped participating in public events in 2017.