Say her last goodbye Queen Elizabeth II Honored her husband of 73 years with one last note.
The 94-year-old queen placed a handwritten note on top. Prince philippeCoffin on Saturday 17 April, during his funeral at St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle.
The note, as captured in the services’ photographs and videos, was written on the queen’s stationery. It appeared to say, “I love you,” as well as “Lilybet”, a nickname given to the Emperor when he was a child. The Duke of Edinburgh used Municar as a demotion in letters written to his wife during their seven-decade marriage.
Elizabeth attended the funeral with only 30 close family members and had to sit alone due to COVID-19 restrictions and social distance guidelines.
Buckingham Palace confirmed Philip’s death on 9 April. He was 99.
According to the family’s statement, “It is with deep sorrow that Her Majesty the Queen has announced the death of her beloved husband, her Royal Highness the Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.” “His Royal Highness passed away peacefully this morning at Windsor Castle. The Royal Family together with people from all over the world mourns his loss.”
Last week, the royal family shared several photos of the pair via social media. On April 10, the family’s official Instagram account posted a portrait from 2016, as well as what the queen said in a speech on her 50th wedding anniversary in 1997.
He said, “He is quite simple, is my strength and all these years, and I, and his entire family, and this and many other countries, claim more debt than we would ever claim, Or will we ever know, “Boli read.
The day before the funeral, a never-before-seen photo of the couple was shared in 2003 from their time in Scotland. “His Excellency and the Royal Family are grateful for all the messages of condolences from across the world and have been touched. So many people have seen and heard sharing memories of The Duke in celebration of his life,” the caption wrote .
A source said that Philip’s health had been going bad for months, “the loss was still a surprise.” America After her death, seeing that the queen was “heartbroken” to lose her husband.