Why the Queen and Prince Philip don’t live together
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God Save The Queen
April 18, 1982: In a very rare show of public affection, Prince Phillip Duke of Edinburgh, gives a farewell kiss to Queen Elizabeth II in Ottawa, Canada as she prepared to fly home to the UK. Prince Philip later left for the U.S.A.
xlilibetandphilip: “ The infamous coat removal. ”
The Queen's secret 'deal' to let William be a part-time royal
The Duke of Cambridge and the Queen have been close since his school days at Eton, when he would join her for tea at Windsor Castle on Sunday afternoons.
The reason the Queen does not want to move out of Buckingham Palace
Aides have warned that the Queen may have to move out of her London home so builders can carry out £150 million worth of refurbishment.
Princess Elizabeth, 21, (born 21 April 1926) and Philip Mountbatten, Duke of Edinburgh, 26, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (born Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark on 10 June 1921) in their 1947 engagement photo.
Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip's 69th anniversary
As the Queen and Prince Philip celebrate 69 years of marriage, we look at their enduring love story. | Australian Women's Weekly content brought to you by Now to Love
What Philip exclaimed to Queen after Charles was born
When the King's private secretary Tommy Lascelles brought the good news, Philip bounded upstairs into the Buhl Room. he declared that Charles looked like a plum pudding.
These Photos will Remind You that Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip's Love is Bound to Last Forever
Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip have been married since we can imagine when. They've survived the toughest challenges, celebrated milestone…
Incredible pictures of the Royal Family in colour going back to 1800s
Among the images are Edward VII in 1902, the Queen and Prince Philip with baby Anne in 1950, and Queen Victoria in 1887 - all colourised by Nicola Branson, 47, from Northamptonshire.
My Favorite Sanctuary
Duke of Edinburgh and Queen Elizabeth II.
The Queen and her Duke
antique-royals: “Prince Philip Duke of Edinburgh ”
Royals & Aristocrats
Kalie, Canada. Historic photos of royalty and aristocracts, mostly British, in the 19th and 20th centuries. Main blog: YesterdaysPrint
Secret of Her Majesty's honeymoon smile
Lady Pamela Hicks, bridesmaid to the Queen 70 years ago, right, the reason the then Princess Elizabeth looked so happy, left, was because her favourite Corgi, Susan, inset, was in the carriage.