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1 hour ago, markb4 said:

 

“Prince Philip is still very sick. He’s been sick for a while now but got worse towards the end of last year,” a royal insider exclusively told Closer Weekly."

Sick?   I don't believe a "royal insider" would describe him as "sick".  They'd say "ill".

Unless it was Megan of course :D

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8 minutes ago, Toast said:

 

“Prince Philip is still very sick. He’s been sick for a while now but got worse towards the end of last year,” a royal insider exclusively told Closer Weekly."

Sick?   I don't believe a "royal insider" would describe him as "sick".  They'd say "ill".

Unless it was Megan of course :D

In yoof speak 'sick' is good, isn't it?

So what the fuck is it then? He is either ill or he isn't, they need to make their fucking minds up!

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I would be really suprised if this man sees his 100th birthday.

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5 minutes ago, Eesti said:

I would be really suprised if this man sees his 100th birthday.

 

The photo in that article doesn't inspire confidence, no.

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He looks awful for himself, but I'd be surprised if he does die this year. As soon as he dies I'll start to include the Queen on my personal deathlists

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With the Sussex debacle, Her Maj might go first.  Those two conniving, deceitful, ungrateful, selfish, and common grifters must have quintupled the Queen's stress levels. 

On 25/12/2018 at 06:07, Deathray said:

And here I was thinking Olivia Newton John would be the first to go in 2019...

Is it wrong I'm in a state of happy anticipation

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Prince Philip is "spitting blood" and fuming over his grandson's decision: https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/10719643/prince-philip-blasts-meghan-harry-decision-quit/

 

Aside from the mental stress, I noted this: "Frail Philip, who is now largely bed-ridden, has always been extremely close to Harry — and has been left “deeply hurt” at his decision to step back from duties."

 

Queen Elizabeth II has ordered a private meeting with her grandchildren.

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3 hours ago, Jonah said:

Prince Philip is "spitting blood" and fuming over his grandson's decision: https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/10719643/prince-philip-blasts-meghan-harry-decision-quit/

 

Aside from the mental stress, I noted this: "Frail Philip, who is now largely bed-ridden, has always been extremely close to Harry — and has been left “deeply hurt” at his decision to step back from duties."

 

Queen Elizabeth II has ordered a private meeting with her grandchildren.

Pretty big news that is seeming to go under the radar

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15 minutes ago, QueenElizabethIsAlmostDead said:

Pretty big news that is seeming to go under the radar

Very strange this isn't bigger news.Looks like he won't make 99 let alone 100.

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13 hours ago, Lord Fellatio Nelson said:

In yoof speak 'sick' is good, isn't it?


:D

 

Sick Prince Philip very sick says sick royal insider.

 

It’s like Eats Shoots and Leaves

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Unconfirmed reports on BBC that Philip spotted in the car outside Sandringham .

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15 minutes ago, Sean said:

Unconfirmed reports on BBC that Philip spotted in the car outside Sandringham .

Was he driving? 

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5 minutes ago, Paul Bearer said:

Was he driving? 

Don't think so.Didnt say.Doubt it.

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Judging by the way he was moving when he left hospital, I suspect he's not "bedridden" in the sense of being incapable.  He's probably been told to take plenty of bed rest.

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4 hours ago, Toast said:

Judging by the way he was moving when he left hospital, I suspect he's not "bedridden" in the sense of being incapable.  He's probably been told to take plenty of bed rest.

Yeah if he was  truly bedridden he would have had to be wheeled into a car or ambulance.

 

My Nan was Bedridden for a couple of years so not sure he is top choice for the first hit of 2020 - he is well enough to be told about Harry and Meghan.

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5 hours ago, Sean said:

Unconfirmed reports on BBC that Philip spotted in the car outside Sandringham .

Well he would be.

He lives in a cottage on the estate.

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3 hours ago, The Old Crem said:

Well enough to be driven around like that.

Some people actually die on the same day they’ve been a passenger in a car.

 

Crazy, right? 

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6 minutes ago, Windsor said:

Some people actually die on the same day they’ve been a passenger in a car.

Crazy, right? 

 

I think the point being made is that the report of him being "bedridden" is inaccurate.

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1 hour ago, Toast said:

 

I think the point being made is that the report of him being "bedridden" is inaccurate.

And if he was very ill moving him would only be able to be done by a private ambulance.

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I'm reasonably confident the papers were alarmist and confusing "bedridden" for "bed rest". Bed ridden is approaching the end, bed rest is common sense after a serious period of ill health.

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