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Britain’s Prince Philip Is Resting At Home After Experiencing Heart Problems

Britain’s Prince Philip is resting comfortably at home today after experiencing some heart problems over the Christmas weekend.

The 90-year-old Prince, who is the husband of Queen Elizabeth the Second, was rushed to the hospital this past Friday after complaining of chest pains. The Prince underwent emergency surgery to insert a stent to relieve a blocked artery.

Prince Philip was released from Papworth Hosptial in Cambridge, England this morning, and chose to walk down from his ward, rather than take the elevator. The Prince also thanked the staff for their excellent care, and waved to bystanders as he was driven away from the hospital.

~Keith Kelly

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