Princess Anne: new concerns about her state of health after a head shock

Princess Anne: new concerns about her state of health after a head shock
Princess Anne: new concerns about her state of health after a head shock

This Monday, June 24, Buckingham Palace announced that Princess Anne, sister of King Charles III, had been hospitalized at Southmead Hospital in Bristol after a “incident” who caused him “minor injuries and a concussion” in the head. The 73-year-old princess is believed to have suffered a head injury from a horse at Gatcombe Park on Sunday evening.

However, this information is being questioned by former royal correspondent Michael Cole, who claims Princess Anne’s injuries could be “more serious” than what the royal family describes.

Michael Cole told GB News that if Princess Anne remains in hospital it is not “not a minor matter”. “As we all know, she’s a tough cookie and the fact that she’s in hospital in Bristol means there was a serious cause for this.”he explained.

This is not the first time that Princess Anne has been involved in accidents involving horses, as the former royal correspondent recalled. In 1976, during the Moscow Olympics, she was competing in the three-day event in kyiv and fell from her horse, requiring hospitalization.

Despite this, Michael Cole remains optimistic: “I have traveled all over the world with her and she has always been a no-nonsense person in everything she does. All we can do now is wish her a speedy recovery. And that’s exactly what which the Palace also indicates”.

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