Carlos he had the opportunity to personally thank the medical team that cared for the late Duke of Edinburgh.
On Tuesday, May 11, the prince visited St. Bartholomew Hospital in London, the private unit where his father underwent an intervention to treat a heart condition in March. Philip ended up “passing away peacefully” at home, at Windsor Castle, on April 9th. was 99 years old. During the appointment, Carlos asked to meet the health professionals who helped to care
“This visit and the fact that he met the people involved in caring for his father meant a lot to us”, said Professor Charles Knight, chief executive of the hospital, quoted by the magazine People. “It was particularly special when he had the opportunity to speak with some of our employees on the eve of International Nurses Day”.
After the private meeting with the staff, the prince spoke with a group of nurses who have been at the forefront of combating COVID-19 outside the hospital. Carlos asked Daisy Eden, a 23-year-old nurse, if she liked the profession. “I adore. We have the opportunity to be light in a dark place for people. It is a privilege ”, replied the young woman.
Then, the royal element talked to a few more health professionals and patients who came in, hoping to see him live. “I couldn’t stop to thank you. Very well. You are fantastic”, said the son of Isabel II.