Prince Philip was hospitalised following a scary car accident on Thursday. Fortunately, the 97-year-old royal is OK, but don't you dare ask Princess Anne how he's doing. While arriving at an event on Friday, Philip and Queen Elizabeth II's only daughter was asked about the Duke of Edinburgh's condition that morning, to which she savagely replied, "I've no idea. You know where I am? Same place as you." Ouch!
After wrapping up her engagement, another reporter asked Anne if she had received an update on her father, and this time, Anne seemed to have a better attitude about it. "Not since I've been in there," she replied.
A rather brave reporter decided to have a second fo at asking Princess Anne how Prince Philip is.
"Not since I've been in there" she replied pic.twitter.com/pxligs976R
— Charlie Proctor (@MonarchyUK) January 18, 2019
The Duke of Edinburgh was involved in a car collision around 3 p.m. on Thursday near Sandringham Estate with a Kia driven by a 28-year-old woman with a 9-month-old baby and a 45-year-old passenger. Philip's Land Rover was overturned, and the 45-year-old passenger suffered a broken wrist, but luckily, the baby was uninjured. "Contact has been made privately with those travelling in the other car and well wishes exchanged," a palace spokeswoman told People. Philip visited the doctor on Friday for a precautionary checkup and has been given the all-clear.