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Prince Charles Visits His Sick Father Prince Philip in the Hospital

Prince Charles arrives at King Edward VII hospital for a visit with his sick father, Prince Philip, on Saturday (February 20) in London, England.

The 72-year-old royal, who is next in line for the throne, reportedly made a two-hour journey to spend some time with his dad, who will turn 100 in June.

BBC reports that Charles spent 30 minutes at the hospital.

It’s not known whey Philip is currently hospitalized, though it is said to not be coronavirus-related and his admittance to the hospital was out of “an abundance of caution.” He’s expected to remain there until next week.

The last time we saw Prince Philip was back in July when he made a rare public appearance.

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Prince Charles & Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall Make First In-Person Royal Visit of 2021

Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall are paying a visit.

The royal couple made a visit to Queen Elizabeth Hospital on Wednesday (February 17) to meet healthcare workers and volunteers taking part in COVID-19 vaccine trials in Birmingham, England.

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The 72-year-old and 73-year-old royals wore surgical face masks on their visit, and spoke about getting their first round of vaccines earlier this month.

“I leapt for joy,” Camilla said to staff.

“I didn’t feel anything. I’m eternally grateful for everything,” adding that it “doesn’t hurt.”

“I was waiting for it to be done and they said, ‘It has been done.’ It was painless. It was brilliant. It’s very good when it’s over as you feel more secure. Panic over,” she continued.

“Ladies and Gentleman, the Secretary of State mentioned just now that the National Health Service was 72 years old, which happens to coincide exactly with the same age as I am. And the great thing is that the NHS has done a great deal better I can assure you than I have, as I am gradually falling apart,” Prince Charles said.

“I know, over the last year, it must be absolutely exhausting for so many of you. But I know the NHS is such an enormous team and there are masses of people who are unsung and unseen heroes and heroines.”

Their visit also marks the first in-person engagement for any member of the British royal family in 2021 amid the pandemic.

Two other royals received the vaccine recently.

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Here's What The British Line of Succession Looks Like After Meghan Markle's Pregnancy Announcement

As the British Royal Family keeps expanding, the line of succession is also changing.

After Meghan Markle announced she and Prince Harry were expecting a second baby, and the birth of Princess Eugenie‘s baby boy, the line has shifted down a few spots for the children and grandchildren of Queen Elizabeth.

There have been some things that have stayed the same, like Prince Charles still first in line to become King of England following his 94-year-old mother in the role.

When he ascends to the throne, it’s assumed that Archie and his unborn sibling, who have no titles at the moment, might receive one. However, that is still yet to be confirmed.

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Prince Charles & Duchess Camilla Receive COVID-19 Vaccine

Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla have been given the Coronavirus vaccine, Clarence House has confirmed to the BBC.

The 72-year-old royal and his wife, 73, are in the over 70 year old age bracket to qualify them to be vaccinated.

So far in the UK, 12.6 million people in the UK have actually received at least one of the two doses of the vaccine. Right now, the vaccines that are approved require two doses to become fully vaccinated against the original strain of COVID-19.

Prince Charles had Coronavirus back in March of 2020. It’s unclear exactly when he received the vaccine, but as of mid-December, the royal couple had still not received doses of the highly sought after shot.

Two other royals also received the vaccine recently.

Queen Elizabeth II's Trooping The Colour Will Go On in June For 2021 & Mark The Return of the Sussexes

The British Royal Family has planned out some major events for 2021.

After taking a year off from Trooping the Colour due to the pandemic, it’s reported that the Palace has planned to put on the event for this year.

Via The Sunday Times, it’s said that Queen Elizabeth II and her extended family will be back on the famed balcony to celebrate her official birthday celebrations in June.

In 2020, there was a very scaled back event that happened at Windsor Castle, where she and Prince Philip had been isolating instead.

Just a few days after the event, the family is also said to be celebrating Philip‘s 100th birthday.

The occasion could also mark Prince Harry and Meghan Markle‘s return to the UK, following their official exit as senior royals.

Meghan and Harry are expected to appear with the royal family on the balcony, with aides describing the event as a “family occasion” as well as an official royal event.

“The current plan is for the Queen’s birthday parade to go ahead in London as normal, with the acceptance that it may need to be adapted or scaled back depending on what guidelines are in force at the time,” one royal aide shared. “But the aspiration and the ultimate desire is to make it happen.”

If you haven’t seen, there’s been an update about the relationship with Harry and his brother, Prince William.

Prince George Bakes Up Holiday Pudding With Prince William, Prince Charles & Queen Elizabeth in Sweet Throwback Photos

Prince George stirs up a little holiday cheer in this photo with royal family at Buckingham Palace, which was taken last year.

The sweet photo and memory sees the seven-year-old future King of England with his great-grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, grandfather, Prince Charles and his father, Prince William, as they make special Christmas puddings for the Armed Forces community.

The puddings were put together with the Together at Christmas initiative.

Prince George, the Queen, Prince Charles and Prince William were just four of the UK citizens taking part and the puddings were delivered to individuals and families in Spain, Fiji and also to service personnel deployed in Bahrain.

Last year, the Royal British Legion stated that they had gifted 99 Christmas puddings mixed by four generations of the Royal Family to members of the Armed Forces community.

Just last week, the Duke of Cambridge revealed his Christmas card with his family, including George, his siblings Prince Louis and Princess Charlotte, and their mother, Kate Middleton. See it here!

Prince George also just attended his first red carpet event earlier this month.

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Prince Charles Reveals If He Had The COVID-19 Vaccine Yet

Prince Charles and wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, arrive together for a visit at the Gloucestershire Vaccination Centre inside the Gloucestershire Royal Hospital on Thursday afternoon (December 17) in England.

The royal couple, both 72, met with NHS staff at the vaccination stations and were on hand to hear about the success of the program thus far. The vaccination center has vaccinated more than 1,124 frontline health and care workers as of today.

During their visit Prince Charles opened up about whether he had received the vaccine yet.

“I think I am way down the list and will have to wait,” he admitted to reporters, and added, “I think I’ll have to wait for the AstraZeneca one before it gets to my turn. I’m some way down the list.”

It’s also unclear if Camilla, or Queen Elizabeth have received the vaccine either.

Prince Charles tested positive for coronavirus in March, and was in isolation with Camilla at their residence in Scotland during the first lockdown period.

After the first lockdown ended, Camilla and Charles visited the same hospital in June, which was the first engagement outside by any Member of the Royal Family.

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