Prince Harry, isolating at home, has jet ready to fly to ailing Philip’s bedside

Prince Harry is reportedly self-isolating in his Santa Barbara mansion in case he needs to travel to the UK to be at Prince Philip’s bedside.

A statement from Buckingham Palace revealed the 99-year-old has been taken to hospital on Tuesday as a “precautionary measure” after “feeling unwell”.

News of his grandfather’s illness has made it across the pond, and Prince Harry, wife Meghan Markle, and baby Archie are thought to be staying home, should he need to suddenly fly back.

Prince Philip has been the subject of a number of death hoaxes over the years. Photo: Getty

A source told The Sun that the Duke of Sussex is monitoring the situation and is prepared to leave at any moment.

“He has already made arrangements to fly by private jet and is being kept “regularly informed” of his grandfather’s condition,” the source said.

“Harry is of course concerned for his grandfather’s welfare.

“He has chosen to stay in case he is required to return to the UK at short notice.”

The worsening coronavirus crisis in the US isn’t likely to cause any problems for Prince Harry, despite him currently residing in the US which is considered by the UK government to be a…

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