Queen rushed to hospital after accident – Swedish royal suffers several fractures | Royal | News (Reports)


Queen Silvia, the wife of Sweden’s King Carl XVI Gustaf, has suffered multiple fractures in her wrist following a fall at Drottningholm Castle, the private residence of the Swedish monarch. The King’s consort was rushed to a hospital in the Danderyd Municipality, Greater Stockholm, for treatment, as confirmed by her Royal Household. 

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The statement from the Royal Court states: “H.M. The Queen has injured her right wrist in connection with a fall at home at Drottningholm Castle. The accident occurred early on Monday morning, February 15. The Queen was then treated at Danderyd Hospital, where it was established that the Queen has fractures in her right wrist. The queen is once again at home at Drottningholm’s castle and is feeling well under the circumstances.” 

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