Wieder fit nach Hüft-OP

11.05.2018 • 20:20 Uhr / 2 Minuten Lesezeit
(FILES) In this file photo taken on May 16, 2017 Britain's Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh greets guests at a garden party at Buckingham Palace in London. Prince Philip has been at the queen's side since they wed in 1947, but may not be at the wedding after the family revealed he was still recovering from hip surgery. A naval officer, he served in World War II and witnessed the Japanese surrender. He retired from royal duties in 2017. The duke is renowned for his off-the-cuff remarks. / AFP PHOTO / POOL / Victoria Jones

(FILES) In this file photo taken on May 16, 2017 Britain’s Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh greets guests at a garden party at Buckingham Palace in London. Prince Philip has been at the queen’s side since they wed in 1947, but may not be at the wedding after the family revealed he was still recovering from hip surgery. A naval officer, he served in World War II and witnessed the Japanese surrender. He retired from royal duties in 2017. The duke is renowned for his off-the-cuff remarks. / AFP PHOTO / POOL / Victoria Jones

Windsor Der Mann der britischen Königin Elizabeth II., Prinz Philip, hat sich seit seiner Hüft-OP Anfang April erstmals in der Öffentlichkeit gezeigt. Er wurde beim Pferdespektakel Royal Windsor Horse Show am Steuer eines Wagens gesichtet. Das weckt Hoffnungen, dass der 96-Jährige auch bei der Hochzeit von Prinz Harry (33) und Meghan Markle (36) am 19. Mai dabei sein wird.