Speaking on BBC Breakfast, host Jon Kay asked: “I was just wondering what sort of patient he would make, I mean you talked about him being in good spirits at the moment he’s a fighter we know that he’s a really strong character.
“I wonder what he’d be like as a patient in hospital.”
Ms Junor laughed and pointed out it was probably not a great experience for hospital staff.
She said: “I think you would not want him on your shift. Well, I think he can be quite blunt and I think if he felt that people were fussing over him he could be quite outspoken about that.
“This is a man who doesn’t want any fuss made of his 100th birthday, so the fact he’s in hospital and getting some fuss made of him will really irritate him.”
Earlier in her BBC appearance, Ms Junor explained that while Prince Philip may be a difficult character for staff at the King Edward VII Hospital to deal with, he was in fairly good health as he did not drink or smoke.
She added the Duke also walked into the hospital unaided and arrived in a car rather than an ambulance.
Prince Philip also spent four nights in hospital ahead of Christmas Day in 2019 and was also seen walking on his own from the building afterwards.
The reasons for both hospital visits are ultimately unknown but are believed to be so the Duke can receive treatment for a “pre-existing condition”.
Buckingham Palace said in a statement: “His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh was admitted to King Edward VII’s Hospital in London on Tuesday evening.
“The Duke’s admission is a precautionary measure, on the advice of His Royal Highness’s doctor, after feeling unwell.
“The Duke is expected to remain in hospital for a few days of observation and rest.”
Prince Philip received his coronavirus jab in January and his hospital appearance will not be related to Covid.
Prince Philip turns 100 on June 10, and he is expected to get a toned-down celebration despite the cancellation of other royal events.
He retired from public appearances in 2017.
The Queen has remained at Windsor while the Prince stays in hospital.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK