Prince Edward’s recent appearance has sparked concerns from Royal fans over his health, most notably, his apparent weight loss. He looked lean and pale in the photos like he’d visibly lost some weight as his suit seemed quite loose on his body. The new Duke is possibly shedding pounds due to the stress of the last few years, as well as his mother’s death.
King Charles recently bestowed on his brother Prince Edward the title of Duke of Edinburgh, which had previously belonged to their late father, Prince Philip. While it is a joyous occasion for the new Duke, royal fans are concerned about his health. The youngest sibling of King Charles stepped out in Buckingham Palace to host a Duke of Edinburgh Award event where fans couldn’t help but notice his weight loss.
He wore a grey checked suit with a navy blue tie for the event but his suit appeared to be quite loose fitting on his body. His recent appearance has sparked concerns about his health. As a result, Royal fans are concerned about his apparent weight loss and are wondering why is he shedding pounds. Is he sick? Here is everything that you need to know.
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Prince Edward’s Weight Loss Is Possibly Due to the Stress of the Last Few Years, & His Mother’s Death
Prince Edward recently hosted young people from The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award participants in the garden of Buckingham Palace on March 14, where royal fans noticed his considerable weight loss. He’s lost a lot of weight and is becoming older. He looked lean and pale in the photos like he’d visibly lost some weight prior to this event, as his suit seemed quite loose on his body. He is coping well after the death of his mother in September last year.
Prince Edward has lost a lot of weight and is getting older.
Source: Daily Record
Edward has never been fat, but he has never been this lean. Looking at his before and after photos, he seems totally different in 2023. Perhaps the stress of the last few years, as well as his parent’s death, might have reduced the new Duke of Edinburgh’s appetite leading him to shed pounds. Despite his apparent love for a popular sandwich in Britain called bacon butty, he looks thin these days. The royals have some of the best and most experienced chefs preparing all of their meals for them.
Prince Edward before and after weight loss transformation.
Fans are discussing his transformation and have taken to Twitter to discuss his weight loss. Some say the new Duke shed pounds because he lost his parents in a relatively short space. Others say he might have lost weight due to aging. Most Royal watchers are probably worried because the Duke’s weight loss seems to be a natural reaction. According to fans, in the year the midst of his grief, he has also traveled extensively, including overseas. He might as well have taken up jogging or spin cycling to keep his mental and emotional stamina up during these two worried and sorrowful years.
Fans also speculated that the Duke had been affected by the recent schisms in the royal family. Everyone on the outside of the Royal family seems to be worried about Edwards’ health. Since then, people from all over the world have been insisting on an explanation. His family is very tight-lipped about the Royals’ likes and dislikes. Fortunately, some sources claimed that Prince Edward is fine and has no health problems. Nevertheless, he has made no comments regarding his weight loss transformation.
Prince Edward Early Life Explained
Edward Anthony Richard Louis, aka, Prince Edward, 59, is the youngest child of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip. He has three siblings named Charles, Anne, and Andrew. He attended Gordonstoun School and studied history at Jesus College, Cambridge. He joined the Royal Marines but resigned in the middle of commando training in 1987. He worked briefly for a musical theatre before setting up his theatrical production company.
However, the production company collapsed with debts of almost $1 million in 1991. He set up Ardent Productions, Ltd. in 1993 which survived mainly through making programs about the royal family’s past history, though seldom earning profits it folded in 2009. Despite these ups and downs, Edward won respect for his attempts to the first child of a British monarch to seek a career in the private sector.