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Following the incident, Princess Anne was hospitalized with minor injuries and a concussion.

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According to a statement from Buckingham Palace, Princess Anne had “minor injuries and a concussion” as a result of an incident on Sunday night. Emergency personnel were dispatched to the Gloucestershire estate known as Gatcombe Park after the injuries, which were presumably sustained from a collision with a horse’s head or leg, took place.

The 73-year-old princess was admitted to Southmead Hospital in Bristol and is anticipated to stay there until later this week for medical attention. “The Princess Royal has suffered minor injuries and a concussion following an incident on the Gatcombe Park estate yesterday evening,” stated a statement released by Buckingham Palace on Monday. Her Royal Highness is anticipated to heal fully and quickly and is being observed in Southmead Hospital in Bristol as a precaution.”

The King has been kept fully updated about Princess Anne’s condition and is extending his best wishes for a rapid recovery, along with the rest of the Royal Family.

The King’s younger sister, Princess Anne, is a senior working royal who lives on the Gatcombe Park estate. The princess is “recovering well,” the palace told the public, but physicians have advised her to cancel events for the following week. This involves going to a state banquet held by the King in honor of Japanese Emperor Naruhito and Empress Masako, as well as a planned travel to Canada at the end of the week.

Both Labour leader Keir Starmer and Prime Minister Rishi Sunak have wished for Princess Anne’s speedy recovery, with Sunak observing that everyone in the nation is “immensely fond” of her.

The past year has been difficult for the Royal Family’s health, as the King and the Princess of Wales have both been treated for unidentified cancers. Although Kate, the Princess of Wales, made her first public appearance since receiving her diagnosis at the Trooping the Colour ceremony earlier this month, she just revealed that she still has “a few more months” of treatment ahead of her.

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