Friday, January 25, 2013

Crown Prince Michael ill but not in danger

January 25, 1937

Crown Prince Michael of Romania is "suffering from bronchitis following his appendectomy and had a high fever," the New York Times.

His condition is said to be "serious but not dangerous."  King George VI and King Vittorio Emanuele have telephoned King Carol, asking about the Crown Prince and "expressing hopes" for his recovery.

Crown Prince Michael, 15, is in Florence with his mother, Princess Helen.

Dowager Queen Marie and the court physician are now en route to Florence.

King Carol's younger brother, Prince Nicholas has scarlet fever.  He does have a "high temperature" but he is expected to recover.

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