Queen Elizabeth II bids farewell to Prince Philip

London-ALsharqiya April 17: Queen Elizabeth II and the United Kingdom bid farewell to Prince Philip, who served for seven decades in the British Crown and supported the Queen, in a brief ceremony due to the Corona epidemic and is overwhelmingly military in nature. Hundred years on the tenth of next June. The Duke of Edinburgh will be buried in the grounds of Windsor Castle, where the man who was born in Corfu, prince of Greece and Denmark, died after a life of faithful service to the property since his marriage 73 years ago, and only thirty people will attend this ceremony under the health rules imposed in England. The funeral, broadcast on television and organized in some simplicity, will reflect the military past that was a source of pride for the prince who fought in the British Navy during World War II.


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