Prince Ernst August of Hanover Injured

  March 27, 2009 at 12:24 pm by

It has been reported by the Austrian and foreign press agencies that HRH Prince Ernst August of Hanover, husband of Princess Caroline of Monaco, is in good condition after suffering an injury to a knee ligament following a fall on Thursday in Schruns, Vorarlberg, Austria.

Prince Ernst August

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The Prince is currently in the hospital recovering from surgery after suffering from a “laceration of his quadriceps knee ligament as well as a bruising of his right forearm.” His Royal Highness slipped on ice while exiting a car and is now sporting a plaster cast and preparing for physical therapy.

It has been confirmed that the Prince will not make an appearance at Monaco’s annual ‘Bal de la Rose,’ benefiting the Princess Grace foundation on Saturday, as his doctors confirm they expect him to continue to recuperate in the hospital for several days. There has been no confirmation regarding the Princess of Hanover’s attendance or that of her children.

More information is available here.

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