Princess Anne leaves the hospital after being treated for a minor injury

  • author, Matt Murphy
  • stock, BBC News

The princess has returned home from the Royal Hospital, where she was treated for a minor head injury and concussion.

Princess Anne, 73, was taken to hospital on Sunday after being treated by a horse at her Gloucestershire estate.

He is not expected to return to public duties until doctors say it is safe to do so. I don’t know when that will be.

Her husband, Vice Admiral Sir Tim Lawrence, thanked hospital staff for their kindness in a short statement.

Princess Anne left Southmead Hospital on Friday morning without being seen in public.

He has returned to his country house at Gadcombe Park, near Minchinhampton.

The princess, sister of King Charles III, was injured while walking her horses in her garden on Sunday evening.

But due to his concussion, the exact cause of the head injury is unknown.

According to the NHS, a concussion can be the result of a “temporary injury to the brain caused by a bump, blow or jolt”.

The incident is the latest health issue faced by a member of the royal family. Both King Charles and the Princess of Wales have been diagnosed with cancer this year, limiting their public engagements.

Known as one of the hardest-working royals, Princess Anne has taken on many public engagements in their absence.

He was to take part in a state visit this week by Emperor Naruhito and Japan’s Empress Masako. Other engagements were also planned in Scotland, Hampshire and Gloucestershire.

Her husband and daughter Zara Tindall visited her bedside separately during her hospital stay.

“I would like to express my sincere thanks to all the staff at Southmead Hospital for their care, expertise and kindness during my wife’s short stay,” Sir Tim said after he returned home.

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