Prince Phillip

#1
BBC reporting Duke of Edinburgh carted of to hospital suffering chest pains, 2030hrs.
 
#2
Get well soon!
 
#3
Hopefully nothing too serious.
 

mercurydancer

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#4
Top bloke indeed. Get well soon Sir.
 
#6
Aw ****. Had the privilege of meeting him a few years back, and he was a really nice bloke. Get well soon.
 
#8
Aw ****. Had the privilege of meeting him a few years back, and he was a really nice bloke. Get well soon.
Snap.

The miserable, whingeing, whining, complaining, pointer out of the truth nearly ran me over at Horse Guards when he was cabbying around in his Bedford CF.....Absolute top man, wish there were more like him in the upper echelons.

Pull yourself together sir and get out of that bed.
 

Trans-sane

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#9
Early upset for the 2012 deadpool? Sincerly hope not! Bloke is a National Treasure and a true comedy genius. Fingers crossed its a bad case of indigestion.
 
#11
Pfft, too many mince pies and Ferrero Rocher (other posh chocs are available)! Get well soon you grumpy auld ******!!
 
#12
Prince Philip In Hospital After Chest Pains

Prince Philip Suffers Chest Pains, Taken To Hospital | UK News | Sky News

The Duke of Edinburgh has been admitted to hospital for "precautionary tests" after suffering chest pains, Buckingham Palace says.

The Queen's husband was taken to the cardiothoracic unit at Papworth Hospital in Cambridgeshire from Sandringham House in Norfolk, where the royal family is gathering to celebrate Christmas.

Sky's royal correspondent Paul Harrison said: "Over recent weeks there hasn't been any kind of sign that his age is taking any toll on him.

"If these are precautionary tests that are being done on him, at the moment, it doesn't appear to sound too serious."
 

Sixty

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#13
Prince Philip In Hospital After Chest Pains

Prince Philip Suffers Chest Pains, Taken To Hospital | UK News | Sky News

The Duke of Edinburgh has been admitted to hospital for "precautionary tests" after suffering chest pains, Buckingham Palace says.

The Queen's husband was taken to the cardiothoracic unit at Papworth Hospital in Cambridgeshire from Sandringham House in Norfolk, where the royal family is gathering to celebrate Christmas.

Sky's royal correspondent Paul Harrison said: "Over recent weeks there hasn't been any kind of sign that his age is taking any toll on him.

"If these are precautionary tests that are being done on him, at the moment, it doesn't appear to sound too serious."
Yes, we know. Thread merged.

The search function still works by the way.
 
#14
It really is about time that he stopped getting his wife to trample on his chest in stilettos and full regalia. There is a time of life when one should age gracefully!
 
#16
I'm hoping that this is the old buggers form of a 'wah' - get the media all worked up, thus ensuring that the 'Death crew' have to spend the next 2-3 days stone cold sober and unable to enjoy christmas, just in case he heads off. End result, lots of frustrated media hacks, sober, working over xmas and thoroughly pissed off. Well played Sir, well played indeed!

I also hope that he recovers quickly, he is an absolute legend and example of the best that this country has to offer.
 
#18
I look forward to the tabloid press interviewing the nurses and Doctors when he goes home, it sounds like a golden opportunity for some classic Prince Phillip comments!
 

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