Prince Philip: Palm reading expert fears Duke of Edinburgh may ‘dramatically decline’
Prince Philip is currently being treated for a hip issue at King Edward VII Hospital, where he will be operated on today. However, a palm reading expert has expressed fears the Duke of Edinburgh may “dramatically decline” in the future.
Prince Philip, 96, is at King Edward VII Hospital in London for a planned hip operation today, sparking concerns for his welfare.
While the Duke of Edinburgh, who is the husband and consort of Queen Elizabeth II, is known to be in good health, a palm reading expert said this could change quickly, according to a detailed analysis of his palm.
This is based on the ancient art of palm reading, also known as palmistry, said to tell the future through interpreting the lines on someone’s palm.
Analysing a picture of Prince Philip’s palm, a palm reading expert said: “The lines are very strong, and the air line dead straight.
“This is a strong, vigorous, energetic man, who can’t bear ever to be weak, needy or frail in any way.”
“Dramatic” changes are common among this palm type, explained Johnny Fincham, palm reading expert and author of Palmistry: Apprentice to Pro in 24 Hours.
“Such people often keep going for many, many years and then suddenly and dramatically decline and fade away quite suddenly,” he said.
He also gave an insight into how Prince Philip may be acting while he is being treated at hospital.
The Duke of Edinburgh was admitted yesterday for surgery, for a planned hip surgery, according to a statement from Buckingham Palace.
Johnny described people with Prince Philip’s palm type as “terrible patients” – suggesting Philip may particularly dislike his current hospital stint.
“They are always trying to get up and sort themselves out, unable to be passive, and hating hospitals with a vengeance.”
Prince Philip’s palm suggests he might decline quickly despite good health
Will the Duke of Edinburgh, who is currently in hospital, make the royal wedding? There are certain conditions upon which the Duke of Edinburgh will be able to attend the royal wedding, it has been said.
The Queen’s consort and husband has sought medical advice for a hip problem, after it got it the way of one of his favourite pursuits: carriage driving. He is currently being treated in King Edward VII Hospital in London.
A friend of the Duke of Edinburgh told Express.co.uk: “For him it is a simple choice.
“If without the procedure it means he cannot continue carriage-driving then it is worth undergoing the operation.
“He will only stop when he no longer enjoys it, not because he can’t do it. “Above all he wants to remain active.”
As for the royal wedding, the insider source added: “With convalescence he hopes to be there.”
Last week, a royal insider gave an update on Prince Philip’s health, in an update exclusive to Express.co.uk.
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, retired from public duty in May last year, and at the time there was no suggestion it was for medical reasons.
Now it has been revealed that few among the palace staff anticipated the announcement, because the Duke is in “good health”.
The insider added that the announcement was unexpected: “Who knew the Duke was going to scale back last year?”
The source stressed that the Duke’s decision was not for medical reasons: “There’s nothing wrong with his health. He’s in good health.”
Source: EXPRESS CO UK
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