The Duke of Edinburg, Prince Philip has reportedly been transferred to London's St Bartholomew hospital for his cardiac treatment on Monday.
The Queen Elizabeth II's 99-year-old husband was taken to the King Edward VII hospital two weeks ago as a "precautionary measure" for an infection has been transferred to a second hospital, which is known as one of the country’s leading specialist cardiac centres. The Royal officials have said that he will remain in the hospital for the next few days.
The official statement from the Buckingham Palace revealed details about his health that, "The Duke of Edinburgh has now been taken to London's St Bartholomew hospital - which is known as one of the country’s leading specialist cardiac centres - where he is also being treated for a heart condition."
This has been the longest ever, the Duke has been admitted in the hospital. The doctors have suggested that there will be more tests and further observation will be made for cardiovascular treatment.
The longest-serving royal consort will turn 100 in June. The statement also said that, "The Duke remains comfortable and is responding to treatment but is expected to remain in hospital until at least the end of the week."