PHILIP, 97, KEPT ALIVE BY SPEED COC KTAIL!

Pumped full of drugs so he can live to see Prince Harry’s baby

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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

ba­sic level.

“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

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