• Prince Philip is reportedly a very sick person 
  • He is currently on self-quarantine at Windsor Castle
  • Doctors are on standby at Windsor Castle for Prince Philip

Prince Philip is reportedly enormously vulnerable to get hit hard by the deadly coronavirus.

While speaking with New Idea, royal commentator Angela Mollard called the Duke of Edinburgh a very sick person. After all, the 98-year-old royal was rushed to the hospital before Christmas to undergo a procedure for his pre-existing condition.

“He was in the hospital at Christmas time, so they will be protecting his health at Windsor. There will be doctors on staff,” Mollard said.

During his interview with Access Hollywood, royal expert Phil Dampier also claimed that it is unlikely for Prince Philip to attend Princess Beatrice’s royal wedding on May 29 if it will push through.

“If the coronavirus reaches Italian proportions in the UK, I seriously doubt the Duke will run the risk of traveling to London for Beatrice’s wedding. He has not been coming into contact with many people in recent weeks,” he said.

Meanwhile, Prince Philip also made headlines this week after rumors swirled that he passed away amid the coronavirus crisis. Before the palace released a statement confirming that the dad of four is absolutely fine, royal fans speculated on his health on Twitter.

“With respect #PrincePhilip is still very much alive. Prince Philip could live for some years, people talk like he has already died. I know it’s a tradition in the royal family to discuss near-death funeral arrangements for older royals. I find it all very sad,” Twitter user @MaryMRobin said.

“Prince Philip did not die the fourth time this year… but he is in an unstable condition at Windsor. Geezers dodge death more than bullet tooth Tony!” Twitter user @LewbyHunt said.

“So, Prince Philip looked alive and kicking on the news tonight… wonder what this psychological #phenomenon is called when someone’s death is made up #PrincePhilip,” Twitter user @MinousheG said.

“Just reminded how coronavirus still hasn’t killed Prince Philip – an entity that appears to have been in death’s waiting room for years. If it can’t even kill a man when half the job is done then it either needs to up its game or [expletive] off,” Twitter user @_soriyah said.

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Pictured: Prince Philip leaves St George's Chapel after the wedding of Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and The Duchess of Sussex at St Georges Chapel on May 19, 2018 in Windsor, England. Getty Images/Gareth Fuller-WPA Pool