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Prince Philip health update: Philip ‘more frail’ after crash – how is Prince Philip now?

Ruler Philip, 97, was left “to some degree shaken” after the pile up which included his Land Rover slamming into a Kia close to the Queen’s Sandringham state in Norfolk. The Duke of Edinburgh got away unharmed, Buckingham Palace affirmed, yet two ladies in the other included vehicle were hospitalized. One endured a broken wrist. A nine-month-old infant got away safe.

Imperial sources have now uncovered Queen Elizabeth II’s better half has been “battling” since the shocking mishap happened.

How is Prince Philip getting along after the auto crash?

In a letter to Emma Fairweather, 46, who was harmed in the accident the Duke of Edinburgh yielded: “I was to some degree shaken after the mishap.”

An illustrious source has additionally uncovered the mishap has left the 97-years of age Duke “battling” and “progressively fragile”.

The source revealed to The Sun: “He has been noticeably more since he was pulled from the disaster area.

“The fact of the matter is far from open eyes this has shaken him truly gravely — as it would anybody.

“The thought he may have harmed somebody would humiliate him.

“He’s confronted analysis for not being in contact with unfortunate casualties sooner.

“Be that as it may, any individual who has been in an accident knows for lawful reasons you must be so cautious about saying ‘sorry’ and reaching.”

The Duke of Edinburgh has since written a letter to Ms Fairweather, saying he was “profoundly sad”.

In the letter, Prince Philip expressed: “I might want you to realize how exceptionally sad I am as far as concerns me in the mishap at the Babingley cross-streets.

“I have been over that intersection any number of times and I know exceptionally well the measure of traffic that utilizes that primary street.

“It was a brilliant radiant day and at around three toward the evening, the sun was low over the Wash. At the end of the day, the sun was sparkling low over the primary street.

“In typical conditions I would have no trouble in observing rush hour gridlock originating from the Dersingham heading, however I can just envision that I neglected to see the vehicle coming, and I am extremely humble about the results.”

The Duke included: “I was to some degree shaken after the episode, yet I was significantly assuaged that none of you were truly harmed.

“As a group was social occasion, I was encouraged to come back to Sandringham House by a nearby Police Officer.

“I have since discovered that you endured a broken arm. I am profoundly sad about this damage. I wish you a quick recuperation from an exceptionally troubling background.”

The letter was closed down “Yours genuinely Philip”.

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