PHILIP, 97, KEPT ALIVE BY SPEED COC KTAIL!
Pumped full of drugs so he can live to see Prince Harry’s baby
DYING Prince Philip, 97, is secretly being kept alive by massive speedball injections — amphetamines and sedatives — as he fights to survive long enough to see the birth of Prince Harry and wife Meghan’s baby later this year, a royal courtier tells GLOBE in a world exclusive!
Queen Elizabeth’s dementia-ravaged hubby, who officially retired from public life in 2017 and lives in a cottage three hours away from Buckingham Palace, is now under 24-hour nursing care — and would be dead already if it weren’t for a powerful drug cocktail provided by his doctors, the courtier says.
“It’s heartbreaking for Her Majesty, but she has been told Philip has only weeks to live,” the source tells GLOBE.
“But he’s clinging to life, and daily injections are giving him the energy he needs to function at the most
“When Philip missed the family’s traditional Christmas Day church service, the palace said he was ‘absolutely fine’ and spending the day ‘privately.’
“But the truth is, his end is very near.”
Philip was last seen briefly at Princess Eugenie’s wedding in October.
“At the time, he was holloweyed and looked like the walking dead,” says the courtier.
“His situation has gotten much worse since then. He struggles to think and talk, and has trouble recognizing anyone, even his wife.
“But in his lucid moments, he is stubborn and isn’t ready to die.
“He is demanding his doctors help him live long enough to see Prince Harry’s first child with Meghan Markle in the spring.
“I’m told doctors are using a cocktail of powerful drugs — stimulants and sedatives — to help him move around when he wants and rest when he needs to.
“Seeing Harry change from rebel playboy to new husband — and first-time dad — will allow Philip to die a happy man.”
Prince Philip, the queen’s husband, is clinging to life — but seeing grandson Harry become a dad will allow him to die happy, say courtiers
Philip struggles to recognize Elizabeth (circled), but awaits Harry and Meghan’s little one