With moving words, Queen Elizabeth remembers her great love Prince Philip, whose death is on April 9th for the first time.
London – For more than 70 years, Prince Philip (99, † 2021) was the man on Queen Elizabeth II’s side (95). In difficult times he supported his wife, in happy times he shared her joy. A year has passed since his death, but the memory of the Duke of Edinburgh has not faded.
The important role Prince Philip played in her life was made clear a few years ago by Queen Elizabeth, who rarely allows herself to be carried away by public outbursts of emotion. “To be honest, he has been my strength and my support all these years,” announced the British Queen in a speech on the occasion of her golden wedding anniversary in 1997. Philip and his “Lilibet” shared a very special love story that created numerous memories . Big and small moments that the Queen reviews again on the first anniversary of her husband’s death.
24royal.de* shows the moving video of Prince Philip’s first anniversary of death.
A special video released by the palace last year was shared on the British royal family’s Instagram page in memory of the late Prince Philip. As poet Simon Armitage (58) reads his poem “The Patriarchs – An Elegy” written for the Prince Consort, footage of the Duke’s life can be seen, including a previously unseen photo of Prince Philip. *24royal.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA