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Prince Philip MISSES Christmas church service at Sandringham – health latest

Sovereign Philip won’t go to the yearly Christmas Day chapel gathering at Sandringham with the Queen.

Buckingham Palace uncovered the Queen’s better half won’t be in participation among other Royal Family individuals today, and rather will remain at the Queen’s Sandringham domain. Illustrious fans were cheerful to see the Duke of Edinburgh, 97, close by the Queen at St Mary Magdalene in Sandringham for the yearly excursion. Philip resigned from open obligations a year ago and has seldom been seen out in broad daylight.

The Duke of Edinburgh is healthy, Buckingham Palace said.

Ruler Philip was most recently seen a week ago when he went to the Queen’s yearly Christmas lunch at Buckingham Palace.

Anyway he has stayed under the radar with his last open excursion in October for his granddaughter Princess Eugenie’s imperial wedding.

It was questionable whether the Duke of Edinburgh would go to the pre-marriage ceremony in Windsor, saying he would wake up and perceive how he felt on the day. It may be the case that he has done likewise today and remained at home.

It comes multi month after Philip and the Queen – who marry in November 1947 – praised their 71st wedding commemoration.

Philip has been at the Queen’s side for quite a long time as her partner.

The 97-year-old resigned from authority illustrious obligations in 2017 however Philip still strides out with Her Majesty every once in a while.

In April, Philip experienced a fruitful hip substitution task.

Only multi month later he was out for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s regal wedding in May.

Be that as it may, the Queen’s better half was missing from the Remembrance benefit at the Cenotaph in November.

The ruler remained with the Duchess of Cornwall and the Duchess of Cambridge as she watched Prince Charles lay a wreath for her sake.

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