The longest-serving member of the Royal Family has been in a battle with the World Health Organization (WHO) over his ongoing treatment of his cats.
Prince William has been under an investigation by the charity’s ethics watchdog for years for allegedly using a catheter during cat scans to save a kitten’s life.
He has also faced criticism from the British Veterinary Association (BVA) for allegedly not performing proper cat scans at the time.
But the royal family has always maintained that the scans are not needed for diagnosis, as they are done by other people.
He is still awaiting an update on his condition after being admitted to the Royal Hospital for Sick Children in London last week.
His health has deteriorated rapidly in recent weeks, with the Duke of Cambridge and Duchess of Cambridge struggling to keep him in check and his brother, Prince Harry, suffering from a serious respiratory illness.
In addition to the royal couple, Prince Charles is being monitored by his own private hospital, St. George’s, while his younger brother is being treated at his own home.
The Royal Mail announced on Wednesday that the prince had lost his vision in both eyes and that his condition had deteriorated.
However, the news was later confirmed by his doctors.
The news also came after news broke that the British Heart Foundation (BHF), which has been funding the Prince’s medical treatment for the past three years, has decided to stop its financial support.
The Prince has previously said he would be able to work for the BHF if they could be convinced to stop.
According to the Mail, a spokesperson for the Royal Mail said that, at the end of May, it was “conceivable that [the BHF] might decide to stop funding the NHS in some form”.
The BHF had previously announced that it would stop paying the Prince for the time he spent in hospital and his subsequent treatment after his surgery in May.
According the BFI, “a decision has been taken to suspend funding for the duration of the Prince William and Kate Bush Foundation’s ongoing care of the royal cat.”
In the meantime, the Prince is currently receiving his daily dose of medication from his own doctors.
His doctors have been told to give him “no more than three days’ supply of fluids”, the Mail said.
However he is being kept on a strict schedule, as his health is deteriorating rapidly.
He recently went into a coma due to pneumonia and he has been placed on a ventilator, meaning that his life is in danger.
The BMA has supported the Royal family in every aspect of their care.”