I mean he does, right? I'm not trying to be mean either, I'm just stating a fact. I've seen corpses with more color in their skin. Look at this poor guy...
Ninety-nine years old and he somehow looks two-hundred. Don't get me wrong, I'm glad he's fine, but I get the feeling he's probably tired. His eyes are basically sunken into the back of his head. And how cruel is the royal family for making him go through an open heart surgery at that age? Let the guy live out his golden (?) years in peace. That or at least get him some glam- run a comb through his hair or something. Here's why he was in the hospital in the first place...
Philip was initially transported by car from Windsor, England, to King Edward VII's Hospital on Feb. 16 for what Buckingham Palace described as a "precautionary measure" after the duke reported feeling unwell.
He was then transferred on March 1 to St. Bartholomew's Hospital in east London. Buckingham Palace said at the time that doctors would "continue to treat him for an infection, as well as undertake testing and observation for a pre-existing heart condition."
Philip later underwent a "successful procedure" at St. Bartholomew's Hospital for his pre-existing heart condition, according to Buckingham Palace.
He was transferred back to King Edward VII’s Hospital on March 5 and was expected to remain hospitalized "for continuing treatment for a number of days," the palace said in a statement at the time.
The duke's hospitalization was not COVID-19-related, a royal source told ABC News. Both Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip received COVID-19 vaccinations earlier this year.
He'll be turning 100 in June but I expect him to have a least another ten birthdays after that. These royals are #builtdifferent. Cheers to a speedy recover, Phil. My money's on you!