Buckingham Palace confirms in a statement that the Duke of Edinburgh has left King Edward VII hospital and is now at St Batholomews Hospital He was taken in an ambulance at 11:15 this morning.
Out of no loyalty to the royal family, CBS will not delay the broadcast of the interview with Meghan Markle and Harry. And this even if Prince Philip’s health were to worsen.
Prince Philip’s state of health still worries but will not change anything with the broadcast of the interview of Meghan Markle and Harry by their friend Oprah Winfrey. And this even if something happened to the Duke of Edinburgh in the meantime. This is what the Mirror tells us on Tuesday, March 2. The bosses of the CBS channel, which will broadcast the long-awaited interview on March 7, would refuse to postpone it. And if this interview of Meghan Markle and Harry were to be broadcast while the health of Queen Elizabeth II’s husband was getting worse, it could trigger “a diplomatic bomb,” according to a source in the British media.
Prince Philip was transferred on Monday March 1 to St Bartholomew’s Hospital, where he is to be treated for an infection and placed under observation because of his heart history, according to the British press. If Buckingham Palace has already reassured about the health of the Duke of Edinburgh, admitted to King Edward VII Hospital in London “after a malaise”, saying that he “feels well and responds well to treatment” and that he “is anxious to get out of hospital”, this transfer rekindles fears. Worried, the husband of Queen Elizabeth II had moreover summoned his son Prince Charles to the hospital on February 21. Concerned by the behavior of Harry and Meghan Markle, but also by the Duke of York, entangled in the Epstein affair, he would have given some advice to his son as a simple “precautionary” measure.
No comment from CBS
Meanwhile, CBS continues to tease on this revealing interview of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, which promises to be explosive. On Monday, March 1st, the channel unveiled two trailers, which must not have reassured Buckingham. The couple should make some revelations on the backstage of the Megxit, after having recently confirmed their willingness to leave the royal family. “I just want to make it clear to everyone. There is no subject that will be forbidden,” says Oprah Winfrey, the great American TV popess. The tone is set.
CBS has sold millions of dollars of advertising around this content that has been agitating the press for weeks. “Having no loyalty to the royal family,” says the Mirror source, the channel will not change its plans, and Prince Philip’s state of health will not change anything. On the side of CBS, no comment was made on this subject.
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