Thailand offered prayers on Friday for Princess Bajrakitiyabha. She is the oldest child of King Maha Vajiralongkorn and 44 years old. People want her to quickly recover from a heart condition. Which has caused her to collapse this week.
Reuters said that the palace sources gave a statement on Thursday. It said that her condition had stabilized to some degree. However there has been no official update since then. On the other hand, there are rumors that her condition is more serious. Comparatively, to the previous.
The princess fell while preparing her pets. She was transported by a helicopter to Pak Chong Nana Clinic. Moreover the doctors there regulated emergency treatment. Later her condition was balanced out. Hence, she was taken to Ruler Chulalongkorn, reports from Thailand said.
Situation in detail
Head of the state Prayuth Chan-ocha and numerous senior authorities, lawmakers and strict pioneers. They visited the Chulalongkorn emergency clinic to lay orange blossoms. Although the variety related with the princess, and sign a book of warm words.
Somdet Phra Ariyavangsagatayana is the Thailand’s Buddhist Supreme Patriarch. He requested that all Thai temples hold special daily chanting sessions for the princess. Both domestic and foreign,
The king’s oldest child is Princess Bajrakitiyabha. And the daughter of his first wife, Princess Soamsawali. She was recently promoted to senior officer. Which is in the king’s personal guard. And she was been a constant presence in the palace’s inner circle.
Even though king Vajiralongkorn hasn’t named an official heir to the throne. Yet, many people think the princess would make a good one. Because she is one of the king’s three children with formal titles. She is also good to take the throne. Under the Palace Law of Succession of 1924.
They say that Princess Bajrakitiyabha holds postgraduate degrees in law. That too from two universities in the United States. She believes in fitness. And she is a supporter of Thailand’s penal reforms. From 2012 to 2014, the princess participated in feminism. She served as Thailand’s ambassador to Austria.