Prince Philip of England died at the age of 99. Buckingham Palace reported that Queen Elizabeth’s husband died at Windsor Castle this morning. “The Queen Ma announced the death of her beloved husband, Her Royal Highness Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, and he deeply mourns.”
According to the palace, he passed away safely within 3 months before his 100th birthday. The Royal Palace issued a statement saying: “The royal family mourns his death and people all over the world.”
Details of how and when Philip will be buried have not yet been announced. The website of the British royal family has been deleted for adjustment.
Recalling the life of Prince Philip:
Philip was born in Corfu, Greece in 1921 and married Elizabeth in 1947. Therefore, he is the longest serving prince in Britain. After more than 20,000 public appearances, he retired in 2017 at the age of 96. Philip has four children.
Earlier this year, Philip spent a month in the hospital. He was admitted to the King Edward VII Hospital in London on February 16 due to infection, and then transferred to another hospital that specializes in heart disease for treatment.
According to the doctor, the prince’s complaint has nothing to do with the corona virus. Earlier this year, he was vaccinated with Queen Elizabeth (94 years old).