The Duke of Cambridge and the Duke of Sussex, William and Henry respectively, paid tribute to his grandfather Philip Duke of Edinburgh, who they described as “extraordinary” and “honorable” people.
Cambridge, Spain (Europa Press)-The Duke of Cambridge and the Duke of Sussex (Guillermo) and Enrique respectively paid tribute to the Duke of Edinburgh, his grandfather Felipe, who they described as “extraordinary” And “honorable” people.
Guillermo said in a separate statement that he would “miss” Queen Elizabeth II’s husband, who died on Friday at the age of 99. He added: “The hundred years of my grandfather’s life is defined by service: to his country, to the Commonwealth, to his wife and queen, and to our family,” he emphasized that he felt “very lucky” to have He used his “model” as a guide for him and his existence to “integrate” into his adult life.
In addition, he said that he would “always” feel “grateful” because his wife Catherine of Cambridge University has been able to spend several years with his grandfather and has always been “kind” to her. In this sense, he assured Catalina that “will continue to do what he wants and will support the queen in the next few years”.
Enrique assured him that Felipe de Edimburgo (Felipe de Edimburgo) was “real” and emphasized his “tact” and “because of his charm, he can attract the attention of any room”. The Duke of Sussex added: “It’s also because you never know what he will say next.” He pointed out that Philip will be remembered as the oldest concubine in the monarchy, a well-served waiter, prince and Duke.
“But for me, for many people who have lost their loved ones or grandfathers in the past year, he is my grandfather: master of barbecue, joking and cheeky legend until the end.” Thanks to Philip of Edinburgh Before his “service”, his “dedication” to the queen and “forever being himself”, he affirmed.
At the same time, members of the House of Commons observed a minute of silence in memory of the Duke of Edinburgh. Prime Minister Boris Johnson emphasized that Philip “affected the lives of millions of people.”
“Through his tireless and generous service to the Queen, the Commonwealth, the armed forces, the environment, millions of young young people around the world, and countless other reasons, he has provided us with an example of altruism, according to the BBC In other words, other people are ourselves first.
Scotland’s Chief Minister Nicola Sturgeon paid tribute to Philip in Holyrood, calling the royal marriage a “true cooperation”. The Chief Minister of Wales, Mark Drakeford, also mentioned the Duke and emphasized that he led an “extraordinary” life and defended a “diverse” cause in British territory.
The funeral of the Duke will be broadcast live on TV at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle at 3pm on Saturday. His descendants, including Prince Henry, are expected to participate. His wife, Meghan Markle, is pregnant, and he will stay at the home where they both seek medical advice in California.