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Entertainment Prince Philip Will Attend the Royal Wedding 6 Weeks After His Surgery, Palace Confirms

15:46  18 may  2018
15:46  18 may  2018 Source:   people.com

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Prince Philip could miss the royal wedding as he continues to recover from hip replacement surgery a month ago, it emerged today. The Duke of Edinburgh's grandson Prince Harry will tie the knot with fiancée Meghan Markle at Windsor Castle, Berkshire, on May 19. Today, Kensington Palace said

Prince Philip has just undergone major surgery on his hip. Considering Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding is just six weeks away, on May 19th, there’s concerns the Duke of Edinburgh won’t be able to make it at all.

Prince Philip will make his post-surgery debut at his grandson, Prince Harry‘s royal wedding on Saturday, Buckingham Palace confirmed on Friday.

Philip’s attendance at Harry and Meghan Markle’s nuptials was in question days before the ceremony. On April 4, he underwent hip replacement surgery at a hospital in London, and has been recuperating at home. Fortunately, he’s been recovering at Windsor Castle — just a short walk away from St. George’s Chapel, where Harry and Meghan are tying the knot.

In a press briefing just two weeks before the ceremony, a palace spokesperson said that the members of the royal family “very much hope” that Philip would be able to attend the ceremony.

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This week , royal well-wishers around the globe were left concerned for Prince Philip after the palace announced the Duke would be undergoing hip surgery . On Tuesday, in a statement, the palace said

Will he make royal wedding ? PRINCE Philip is recovering after undergoing a hip replacement aged 96. Was Prince Philip ’s surgery a success? Buckingham Palace confirmed yesterday that Prince Philip ’s operation had gone well and he is in “good Will Prince Philip attend the royal wedding ?

Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh wearing a suit and tie smiling at the camera© Mark Cuthbert/UK Press via Getty

The royal, 96, was spotted driving around the grounds of the annual Windsor Horse Show on May 11. He was behind the wheel of a Land Rover as he drove himself to the Windsor Horse Show at Home Park, which is behind the castle. He headed to an arena where Queen Elizabeth, 92, had been watching one of her horses.
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh driving a car© Peter MacDiarmid/REX/Shutterstock

He was clearly enjoying the freedom of getting “out and about,” an onlooker said at the time.

Philip will celebrate his 97th birthday in less than a month, on June 10. He and Queen Elizabeth marked their 70th wedding anniversary this past fall. Due to his recuperation, Philip has also had to delay his first meeting with his newest great-grandchild, William and Kate’s latest addition, Prince Louis.

Prince Philip soldiered on through the royal wedding despite a cracked rib following a fall in the bath just days before Harry and Meghan tied the knot .
The grandfather of the groom seemed cheery with a beaming smile as he arrived at the St George's Chapel with the Queen, walking unaided without a cane or a limp despite his secret pain.The 96-year-old managed to soldier on through the immense pain for the one-hour ceremony at Windsor Castle and reception on Saturday.

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