Prince Philip, husband of Queen Elizabeth II of England, has been hospitalized for the past four days, but this Tuesday was discharged.
According to BBCAfter four nights in the hospital, Prince Philip was discharged from hospital and returns to Sandringham in time to spend Christmas with Queen Elizabeth II.
Buckingham Palace has revealed that the prince has already returned to Sandringham House in Norfolk and thanked all the messages.
The 98-year-old Duke of Edinburgh was admitted to King Edward VII Hospital in London last Friday, "as a precaution," on the advice of his doctor.
On Monday, Prince Charles, his son, told reporters that his father was being well accompanied. "They are taking good care of him at the hospital," he said during a visit to a flooded area in northern England.
Filipe married Isabel in 1947 and became the longest serving consort in British history, having ceased participating in public appointments in 2017.
Still, the Duke of Edinburgh has not completely withdrawn from royal activity and continues to accompany, in various official ceremonies, the Queen, who has also reduced the number of public appearances, although he shows no intention of abdicating the throne.
His son and heir, Prince Charles, has replaced Isabella II on several foreign trips, such as grandchildren William and Harry.
The British royal family lives in troubled times, shaken by allegations of Prince Andrew's second son Isabel II's involvement in the case of Jeffrey Epstein – the businessman accused of sexual harassment of minors – and Prince Harry's attacks on the tabloid press. accuses of mistreating the woman, Meghan Markle.