Prince Philip: Let Me Go Home!

Duke of Edinburgh insists he's well and good to go.


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Robust or frail, Prince Philip remains in fighting form. Not even his chest pain, not the succeeding surgery dampened the 90-year old Duke of Edinburgh's spirits. In fact, hours after he awakened from operation, he demanded that he released from hospital confinement. 


"I feel fine," said the Duke to his doctors who performed the operation that remedied the blockage in his artery. "I don't want to make a fuss. I just want to go home."


Insiders at the Papsworth Hospital in Cambridgeshire, the country's most advanced heart and lung center said that the Duke can't wait to go home. But the Duke will have to wait for at least one more night.


The Duke of Edinburgh was rushed to the Cambrideshire hospital evening, December 23 when he complained of chest pain. A successful operation was performed which removed the blockage in the artery. Midday Dec. 24, Queen Elizabeth II and the rest of the Royal Family paid him a visit. This is the first time that the royal consort was not present in the annual Christmas Day Church Service in Sandringham estate, the royal family's holiday home in Norfolk. 

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