Prince Joaquin of Denmark will remain in the hospital “some time” after successfully overcoming the surgery he had last Saturday for a blood clot in the brain, the Danish royal family reported on Tuesday.
Queen Margaret II’s youngest son. From Denmark, surgery was performed early Saturday at the Toulousse University Hospital in France. After that he is stable, but is admitted to the intensive care unit.
“He is expected to leave the intensive care unit as soon as possible, but will have to stay in the hospital for some time,” said the Danish krone in a statement, trusting that during that time, “the press respected the desire for peace and privacy ” Royal family.
According to the official note, doctors believe Prince Joaquin “will have no physical or other blood clot injuries,” which they attribute to “sudden artery dissection.” They also said that “the risk of recurrence is very low once the artery has healed”.