I can't help but agree with Ellie in one way, it would be inhumane to let a (very) elderly man be in hospital, un-visited, for this length of time. I mean, I understand that there are "rules" in place just now. However I personally don't have an issue that Charles went to see Philip, although I can certainly understand why British citizens might ... but if it does turn out to have been an end-of-time visit ... well, the naysayers will shut up.
I am presuming that Phillip was vaccinated at the same time the Queen was. Does anyone know if Charles has had his first vaccination?
If they've both been vaccinated I see no reason to prohibit the visit.
This may have been just a visit, and Charles may have brought Phillip up to speed on Charles' second son's latest escapades.
I think if Phillip were really at death's door they'd spirit him off back to Windsor.
Charles and Camilla got their 1st vaccine dose on February 10. The palace announced at the time.
And I do think if he gets to the point of no return, we will be transferred to Windsor for his final moments. Maybe it was hard for Charles see his father in the hospital, after having his son doing what he did.