Helen Holland, 81, was seriously injured on Wednesday when she was riding a motorcycle with the wife of Prince Andrew.
An eight-year-old boy remains in a coma after being assaulted by police officers accompanying a member of the royal family in London on Wednesday.
According to the British media, whose BBCHelen Holland, 81, the Duchess of Edinburgh and wife of Prince Edward, was struck by a police motorcycle carrying the Queen’s youngest son, Sophie Rhys-Jones, at around 3:20 p.m., west of the British capital. Elizabeth.
An open inquiry
According to London police, the octogenarian was taken to hospital where he remains in a “critical condition”. An investigation has been launched by the Independent Office for Police Conduct.
Buckingham Palace, meanwhile, said the duchess’s “deepest thoughts and prayers are with the injured woman and her family”. A spokesman for Buckingham Palace added that the Duchess was “grateful for the quick response of the emergency services and will be keeping abreast of developments.”
The octogenarian’s son and daughter-in-law told the BBC they were “shocked and sickened by his serious injuries”. “She is well looked after by the NHS and we are deeply grateful for their help in keeping her alive,” they added.
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