Queen spa, spa parts to sell amid Queen of Wales’s cancer diagnosis

Queen’s Spa is closing its spa parts business and will sell them to a health care company, according to a news release from Queen of Welsh Princess Anne on Friday. 

“We are delighted to be closing our Queen’s spa parts businesses.

We are very excited to be joining forces with a new company to bring the beauty and comfort of the spa into the 21st century,” said Anne. 

Queen of Wales Princess Anne and the Queen Mother were at the Royal Spa in London on Friday where they were treated by Dr. Paul Kosty and Dr. Peter Kostys specialists to treat a suspected case of cancer. 

Prince Philip, who is recovering from stage 4 brain cancer, will have a two-week break and will be allowed to visit his mother, Princess Anne, and his sister, Princess Mary on a limited basis, the statement said. 

The announcement came as Prince Philip and the Royal Family met with the King and Queen of Sweden for the first time in two weeks. 

During the meeting, the Queen was also joined by her sister Princess Mary and Prince Philip, with the Princesses sharing a glass of champagne. 

According to the Royal Household’s website, Princesses Anne, Anne Boleyn, Princess Margaret, and Elizabeth, Duchess of Cambridge have been living with stage 4 breast cancer for about four years. 

Anne Boleyns condition has improved, but the Duke of Edinburgh remains in intensive care.

The Duke of Sussex and Prince William will visit a hospital in Oxford on Wednesday for treatment, and Prince Harry and Prince George will also be in hospital.

Anne Bolynes condition has worsened, but she is recovering. 

There were also signs that Prince Harry has recovered enough to visit the hospital and visit his grandmother on Thursday. 

On Friday, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were at St. James’s Palace, where the Duke met with his cousin, Princess Elizabeth.