Princess Anne does not remember the accident she had when she was kicked by a horse

Princess Anne does not remember the accident she had when she was kicked by a horse

Princess Anne, 73, remains in hospital with concussion after being struck in the head by a horse.

King Charles' little sister was walking home in Gatcombe Park in Gloucestershire on Sunday evening when the accident happened. Reports say she does not remember what happened due to the injuries she sustained daily Mail.

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Followed by the idol


An air ambulance was called, and she received treatment at the scene before being transported to hospital by a regular ambulance. She was accompanied by her husband, Sir Tim Lawrence.

She suffers from head injuries and will remain under observation for several days, which means all her appointments, including a scheduled visit to Canada on Thursday, have been cancelled.

GOT A SLAYER: Princess Anne of Great Britain and Crown Prince Haakon recently visited Norway's Hjemmefrontmuseum in Oslo.  Then she received the Se og Hør's lusejkofte award from our correspondent Henriette Eilertsen.  Photo: Andreas Vadum/Si og Hour

GOT A SLAYER: Princess Anne of Great Britain and Crown Prince Haakon recently visited Norway's Hjemmefrontmuseum in Oslo. Then she received the Se og Hør's lusejkofte award from our correspondent Henriette Eilertsen. Photo: Andreas Vadum/Si og Hour
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She is said to be conscious and is expected to make a full recovery.

There were horses nearby at the time of the accident, and her medical team says her injuries are consistent with potential impact from being kicked or kicked by an animal.

That's why you wear gloves.

That's why you wear gloves


Princess Anne is receiving treatment at Southmead Hospital in Bristol, the largest trauma center in the region, a sign of how seriously the incident is being taken.

Here, Princess Anne receives See and Hear's lice jacket. Video: Red Runner / Jesica Maria Szymanska
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The spokesperson confirms that on doctor's advice, Anne's appointments will be postponed until next week.

Elsa Anderson-Cole, Queen Elizabeth's former press secretary, told the Daily Mail:

– She will be angry because she cannot fulfill her obligations… She will hate people who disappoint them.

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