Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II, who is 94 years old, is greatly appreciated for her return to the performance of some of her official royal duties of a national character, in addition to her commitment to all health measures with her family.
This was highlighted by her and her family members ’celebration of the burial of the unknown soldier, which was marked by her physical separation from her family On the balcony, about two meters away.
Today, Friday, November 20 – November 2020, Queen Elizabeth II (94 years old) and Prince Philip of Edinburgh (99 years) celebrate their 73rd happy marriage, alone without any of their family sharing their important occasion, as Britain imposed public health isolation in all parts of the country. To reduce the spread of the Coronavirus.
Queen Elizabeth II (94 years) and her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip (99 years), did not violate the general health isolation prevalent in Britain on the anniversary of their 73rd wedding anniversary, so they celebrated it from a distance alone without the participation of any of their royal family members.
According to various media outlets and the British “Mirror” newspaper, the Royal Buckingham Palace published an official photo taken earlier this week in the “Oak” room in Windsor Castle of Queen Elizabeth II with her husband Prince Philip, smiling on their 73rd wedding anniversary, as they were happily browsing a handy greeting card Especially made up of many 73 colored circles made by their grandchildren: “Prince George”, “Princess Charlotte” and “Prince Louis” and it is clear that this card may top the queen’s fireplace mantel, along with other cards and congratulatory messages sent by the well-wishers from family members And the friends, while they were at “Windsor Castle”, Queen Elizabeth’s residence in West London during a period of public isolation that is strictly applied in Britain.
Kate and William congratulate the Queen and Prince Philip
The Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton and her husband, the Duke of Cambridge, Prince William, shared the official photo of the Queen and Prince Philip on their Instagram account, but after it was rounded up with their children’s congratulatory card, they also posted a picture of their children’s congratulatory card: Princes: George, Charlotte, and Louis, and wrote next to them Their special congratulations on their 73rd wedding anniversary said: “I wish a very happy wedding anniversary to Her Majesty the Queen and His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh.”
The blue diamond honeymoon brooch highlights the queen’s romance
Queen Elizabeth II’s wearing of a sapphire, diamond and platinum brooch revealed her romance, as this brooch appeared decades ago through photos taken of her in Broadlands, southern England, during the first part of her honeymoon with her husband Prince Philip, and she also wore it on their sixtieth marriage in 2007.
Prince Philip has been the queen’s powerhouse for seven decades
Queen Elizabeth said when the royal couple celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in 1997: “He has been, quite simply, my source of strength all these years.”
Royal experts have confirmed this same thing, saying that Prince Philip since his marriage to Queen Elizabeth II has always supported her and the source of her strength to continue to fulfill her royal duties and that he resented Meghan Markle, because she disappointed him, and did not do the same with his grandson Prince Harry, and played a role in making it. The decision to step down from his royal duties.
It is noteworthy that the first royal duo in the United Kingdom: Queen Elizabeth II (94 years) and Prince Philip (99 years), Duke of Edinburgh, got married in Westminster Abbey in London on November 20 – 1947, just two years after the end of World War II.
The couple first met when they attended the wedding of Philip’s cousin, Princess Marina of Greece, to Elizabeth’s uncle, Duke of Kent, in 1934.
The royal duo, Elizabeth II and Prince Philip received more than ten thousand congratulations on the social networking site “Facebook” in a few hours from many fans in the Commonwealth of Nations, especially: from Britain and Canada.