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British Royals: Princess Anne suffers concussion

British Royals: Princess Anne suffers concussion
British Royals: Princess Anne suffers concussion

Princess Anne was staying at her country estate with her husband and children. There was an incident with a horse and the king’s sister is now in a clinic.

Princess Anne was slightly injured in an incident with a horse on her private country estate and is being treated in a hospital in Bristol. The sister of King Charles III suffered a concussion, Buckingham Palace announced on Monday.

According to reports, the 73-year-old was kicked by a horse while walking around the estate. The daughter of Queen Elizabeth II is considered a big horse fan and took part in eventing at the 1976 Olympic Games. The palace did not provide any official information about the background to the incident on Sunday evening.

“The King will be kept informed and joins the entire Royal Family in sending the Princess his warmest love and best wishes for a speedy recovery,” it said. Anne is expected to make a full recovery.

“Her Royal Highness is recovering well, is in a comfortable condition and is being kept in hospital for further observation as a precautionary measure,” it said. Her husband Tim Laurence accompanied the princess to the clinic.

Anne is absent from state reception

Anne represents the Royal Family at numerous events. All appointments for the coming week will be postponed, the palace announced. She will also not be able to attend the state banquet for the Japanese imperial couple this Tuesday evening.

The incident took place on the grounds of Gatcombe Park near the western English town of Stroud. In addition to Anne and her husband, their children Zara Tindall and Peter Phillips were also at the country estate.

With Anne, another member of the royal family is temporarily out of action. Charles’ daughter-in-law Princess Kate, who is being treated for cancer, only recently appeared in public for the first time in almost six months. The king is also being treated for cancer.

Source: Stern

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