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Topic - Philip
The queen's joints are creaky and her husband has recently battled serious illness, but the royal couple won't let aches and pains keep them away from a grand overseas commemoration: the 70th anniversary of the D-Day invasion.
Buckingham Palace says Prince Philip has had a minor medical procedure on his right hand.
Although short, the April 3 encounter between Pope Francis and Queen Elizabeth in the Vatican has been described as cordial and informal, during which the two exchanged gifts and casual conversation.
Burgundy, a region in central France, is as golden as ever, ripe and inviting in the lazy, hazy days of midsummer, inviting visitors to lose themselves into a golden autumn.
Prince Philip, spending his 92nd birthday in the hospital, will need two months of convalescence to recover from abdominal surgery, palace officials said Monday.
Prince Philip, Queen Elizabeth II's husband, has been admitted to a London hospital for an exploratory operation, Buckingham Palace said Thursday.
It all started with a slap for Matthew Rhys. Trying out for "The Americans," he took one in the puss from Keri Russell.
Prince Philip has made his first public appearance since he was discharged from a hospital last week.
Britain's Prince Philip left a Scottish hospital Monday after five days of treatment for a bladder infection.
Prince Philip will likely remain hospitalized for a few more days while receiving treatment for a recurring bladder infection, Buckingham Palace said Thursday.
Prince Philip, husband of Queen Elilzabeth II, has been taken to a Scottish hospital as "a precautionary measure," Buckingham Palace said Wednesday.
Queen Elizabeth II's husband, Prince Philip, was admitted to hospital Wednesday with a recurrence of the bladder infection he suffered earlier this summer, Buckingham Palace said.
The Irish Republican Army-linked Sinn Fein party says one of its leaders, Martin McGuinness, will meet Queen Elizabeth II next week — a once-unthinkable symbol of progress toward peace in Northern Ireland.
Britain's Prince Philip has left the hospital in time to celebrate his 91st birthday.
Queen Elizabeth II visited her husband, Prince Philip, at the hospital Wednesday after officials said he will likely remain there for a few days to treat a bladder infection, an ailment that has already forced him to miss much of the celebration of his wife's 60 years on the throne.
When he turned 90, he said he was "winding down," and he has cut back on official duties.