The Duke of Edinburgh, 99, was admitted to King Edward VII’s Hospital in London on Tuesday, February 16 as a precautionary measure after feeling unwell.
He walked into the building unaided and has been in “good spirits” during his stay, according to royal sources.
As of today, Prince Philip asked Prince Charles to come to his bedside to discuss the future of the Royal Family, the Queen’s ex-press secretary has claimed.
Dickie Arbiter said the Duke of Edinburgh would have ‘requested’ his son’s presence at the King Edward VII Hospital in London last weekend.
The duke’s previous longest stay in hospital was in 2013, when he had an operation on his abdomen.
Buckingham Palace told the MailOnline it does not expect any updates on his condition today but the duke is said to have been in “good spirits” during his stay
The duke is said to have been in “good spirits” during his stay