Prince William and Prince Harry emerged on Friday, June 14, visiting their grandfather, Prince Philip, at a London hospital. On Thursday, June 6, Queen Elizabeth II's 91-year-old husband was hospitalized for an "exploratory operation," a Buckingham Palace rep told Us Weekly.
An eyewitness tells Us that William and Harry's father, Charles, and stepmom, Camilla, arrived at the London Clinic first, with the brothers arriving 15 minutes later in a chauffeur-driven Jaguar.
William and Harry visited with their grandfather for 40 minutes before leaving the hospital, wearing almost identical navy blue suits with button-up shirts. Their cousins, Beatrice and Eugenie, also visited earlier in the day, a source tells Us.
Outside the hospital, Charles told Sky News that Philip was doing "much better."
Indeed, a Palace rep told Us on June 10 that the Duke of Edinburgh "is progressing according to plans at this early stage" and "is comfortable and in good spirits." They added that Phillip "will remain in hospital for two weeks and will take a period of convalescence for two months."
Philip will not be at the Trooping the Colour on Saturday, June 15, but the rest of the Royal family, including Kate Middleton, will be in attendance.