On June 10, the husband of Queen Elizabeth II, Duke of Edinburgh, will celebrate his 100th birthday, but he does not want to celebrate with either party.
On June 10 next year, Husband of Queen Elizabeth II, Duke of Edinburgh He was already 100 years old. By that time, he would be the first companion in British history and the first person in the Windsor family to reach that age. However, on April 9, the royal family confirmed his death two months before celebrating Prince Philip’s birthday.
A Buckingham Palace staff member revealed to the British newspaper that although this age is very high and will be recorded in the annals of history, the Duke is not keen on holding large birthday parties. telegraph.