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Frankly he's an old man who just happens to be our next King. He can have whatever tests he wishes, that is his privilege. He had been in contact with many people in the last few weeks and I would think it was prudent to test him so they could inform everyone who has had contact with him to look out for symptoms and self isolate.
10:39 Fri 27th Mar 2020
I wish him well. He'll be able to have the best treatment money can buy.
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I wish him well too Sandy
It's a bit of a worry if he's been near to his parents. Philip especially I couldn't see getting over contracting the virus.
I wonder if he will have better treatment than others? I'm not sure that, absent a vaccine or cure, there's much anyone can do but sit it out. He's in a more vulnerable group because of his age, but I'd like to think he'll get the same medical care anyone would - at least as long as the NHS is not ground down by overwork.
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I get the feeling the old fellas deteriorated anyway Mozz, he’s still in hospital and there was talk of his funeral wishes in last weeks papers, he’s vehemently against a state funeral and wants to be laid to rest somewhere like Diana was
I would have thought Philip was more likely to die in a car crash. I don't think he gets about much these days and I'm not sure his septuagenarian kids come rushing to give him a big hug whenever they see him, if they see him. There's probably more of a risk if his staff pick it up.
hope he recovers but i'm not surprised considering the amount of hand shaking he does
Bobbi, I didn't know Prince Phillip was in hospital, I thought he was at Windsor with the Queen.
Jno, I think Charlie's the only septuagenarian of the Queen's kids, but your point is a fair one. They don't seem keen on displays of affection.
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Not sure tbh Barsel , I know he was admitted a while ago , I’ll look to find out tho
So like many others has escaped to their ( holiday homes) to flee London .
you're right, Mozz, Anne's not quite there yet. But I didn't want to call them sexagenarians as everyone would immediately think of Andrew.
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And I’m pleased they have AA,we need our Royals to keep nice and safe in this dreadful climate
It's a sobering thought that, if the virus gets to China/Italy proportions over here, there's a chance that William could be king by Christmas.
As Prince Charles is 71 years old he shouldn't be out of his house and meeting crowds and shaking hand of people as currently being shown on BBC 1. His wife is 72 so she should be at home too.

Perhaps the rules only apply to us plebs??
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I think that’s old footage Dodger
Sorry, jno, don’t quite understand your post ?
which one, anne?
//As Prince Charles is 71 years old he shouldn't be out of his house and meeting crowds and shaking hand of people as currently being shown on BBC 1. //

archive footage perhaps? the prince has had no diary engagements since the 12th march.

https://www.princeofwales.gov.uk/diary/past-engagements

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