Queen Elizabeth’s personal royal protection officer has broken his silence over the monarch’s hospital visit.
Princess Diana’s ex-personal protection officer, Ken Wharfe got candid about it all during his interview with OK! Magazine.
There he was quoted saying, “Whenever the royals are admitted to hospital unless they’re outside of London, they’re always admitted to King Edward VII’s Hospital so they can receive the appropriate treatment.”
“As part of the contingency plan, there are designated physicians that deal with the family’s known conditions, so they are treated by the best.”
He also went on to say, “That’s why the Queen will always be admitted to that particular hospital where the right medical officers can be summoned.”
“There’s a designated corridor which will be manned at a discreet and respective distance by officers from the protection department.”
“We have to maintain the best security possible but in a way that’s not invasive and respects the privacy of the royal family at this time.”
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