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Queen Elizabeth's Husband Is Dead, She May Never Forget These Beautiful Moments With Him (PHOTOS)

Queen Elizabeth II's husband and long serving consort of any British monarch, Prince Philip has died at the age 99. Prince Philip was the duke of Edinburgh, he was born on the 10th of June 1921 into Greek and Danish royal families.

Prince Philip got married to the love his life Elizabeth Alexandra Mary (Queen Elizabeth II) in 1947, and the couple was blessed with four children namely; Charles (prince of Wales), Anne (princess royal), Prince Andrew (Duke of York), and Prince Edward (Earl of Wessex).

Prince Philip joined Royal Navy in 1939 when he was just 18 years old, and began corresponding with the 13 years old young princess Elizabeth whom he had first met in 1934. Prince Philip served with distinction in the Mediterranean and Pacific fleets during word war 2, and after the war was granted permission by George IV to marry princess Elizabeth.

Truly, Queen Elizabeth loves her husband, and their are some beautiful moments that the lovely couple spent together that she may never forget. See some photos below;

-After announcing their engagement in 1947

- The lovely couple got married in 1947

-Their first Honey Moon in 1947

-During a visit to Paris in 1948

-During a square dance that was held in their honour in Canada in 1951

-With their first children, Princess Anne and Prince Charles in 1951

-Presents his husband a trophy in 1957

-Together on a train in 1961

-Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip all smiles as she held infant prince Edward in 1964

-Celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary in 1974

-Marked their diamond wedding anniversary in 2007 at the site of the couple's first honey moon back in 1947

-Shared same blanket at a gathering in Scotland, at 2015

-Watched a polo match together in Egham, England in 2018

-Joint picture for Prince Philip's 99th birthday

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