Danish prince leaves hospital to spend 'last days' in palace

Denmark's Prince Henrik, the 83-year-old French-born husband of Queen Margrethe who has been hospitalised since January for a lung infection, was discharged on Tuesday to spend "his last days" at home, the palace said. Diagnosed in September 2017 with dementia, Henrik was admitted to Copenhagen's Rigshospitalet on January 28 for a tumour in his left lung which turned out to be benign, and a pulmonary infection. "His Royal Highness Prince Henrik was today transferred from the hospital to Fredensborg Palace", located 40 kilometres (25 miles) north of Copenhagen, "where the...

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By: France 24 - Tuesday, 13 February

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