King Constantine II of Greece ends up in hospital with Covid-19

Former King of Greece Constantine II is in hospital after contracting Covid-19. He was admitted to hospital on 8 January and is reportedly in good health.

The last time the 83-year-old man was in the hospital was a little less than a month ago. On December 15, 2021, he was hospitalized with an ischemic attack, and after stabilizing his condition, he was taken to the private Hygeia hospital for treatment. On December 16, a statement was made that pneumonia was the reason for the hospitalization.

It is known that he was completely vaccinated since February 2021.

He has had health problems in recent years. In 2018, he was treated for a stroke. Constantine last appeared in public in October, when he was seen at the weddings of his youngest child, Prince Philippos and Nina Flor.

Constantine II became king of Greece in 1964, but was forced to leave the country and was overthrown in 1973. He lived in London for many years with his wife Anne Maria and their five children before returning to Greece in 2013.

He now lives in a family home in the town of Porto Heli, in the south of Greece.





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