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Princess Anne Hospitalized After Incident at Her Gatcombe Park Estate

Princess Anne was hospitalized this weekend after she suffered “minor injuries and a concussion” following an incident at her Gatcombe Park estate, RadarOnline.com can confirm.

The startling incident reportedly occurred on Sunday while Princess Anne, 73, was walking near her horses at her Gloucestershire home.

According to CNN, Princess Anne’s medical team confirmed that the royal’s injuries were “consistent” with a potential impact from a horse’s head or legs.

Buckingham Palace also confirmed that King Charles’ sister suffered “minor injuries and a concussion” on Sunday and that she was transported to Southmead Hospital in Bristol as a “precautionary measure.”

“The Princess Royal has sustained minor injuries and concussion following an incident on the Gatcombe Park estate yesterday evening,” Buckingham Palace said in a statement on Monday morning.

“Her Royal Highness remains in Southmead Hospital, Bristol, as a precautionary measure for observation and is expected to make a full and swift recovery,” Buckingham Palace added.

Buckingham Palace also confirmed that King Charles “has been kept closely informed and joins the whole Royal Family in sending his fondest love and well-wishes to The Princess for a speedy recovery.”

Princess Anne’s spokesperson has since released a follow-up statement. While the princess is expected to be released from the hospital sometime later this week, her previously scheduled engagements have been canceled in the wake of her sudden hospitalization.

“Her Royal Highness is recovering well, is in a comfortable condition and is being kept in hospital as a precautionary measure for further observation,” Princess Anne’s spokesperson said on Monday morning.

“On doctors’ advice, Her Royal Highness’s engagements for the week ahead will be postponed,” the royal’s representative added. “Her Royal Highness sends her apologies to any who may be inconvenienced or disappointed as a result.”

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