Queen Elizabeth Sends Thank You Gifts To Hospital Workers Who Helped Prince Philip
Now that Prince Philip has recovered safely from his hospital stay and operation, Her Majesty The Queen is feeling grateful. Her gifts of gratuity have warmed the hearts of those who took great care of her husband.
Prince Philip spent an entire month under the watchful and caring eyes of the hospital staff and he has safely recovered. Now The Queen has sent a personal thank you.
Queen Elizabeth Sends Appreciation Gifts
Her Majesty The Queen (94) sent a heartfelt note and flowers to St. Bartholomew's Hospital where her husband Prince Philip (99) was cared for and had an operation at.
The note lovingly read, "As we look forward to a brighter future together, today we pause to reflect on the grief and loss that continues to be felt by so many people and families, and pay tribute to the immeasurable service of those who have supported us all over the last year."
The Chief Executive of the hospital responded saying, "I would like to offer our thanks to Her Majesty for these lovely flowers. I'm delighted to accept them on behalf of the hospital and for everyone being remembered today. We are hugely honoured and humbled by the gift."
According to The Royal Family's Twitter, the gorgeous and colorful bouquet is on display in the hospital, "for staff and patients to enjoy. It is made up of iris, tulips, mixed narcissi (mini daffodils) and ranunculus."
Now that it has been exactly one year since the UK began lockdown, it is being titled the "Day of Reflection." Prince Charles also shared a message to the commonwealth. Prince Charles said, "We have all been inspired by the resourcefulness we have witnessed, humbled by the dedication shown by so many and moved beyond words by the sacrifices we have seen."