My first gesture today is to bemoan the death of Prince Philip and to offer my sincere condolences to his wife, Queen Elizabeth, to all members of the Royal family, to their European relatives, to the leaders and citizens of the countries of the Commonwealth, and to all who admired the Queen’s husband, Philip Mountbatten, Duke of Edinburgh. He was always supportive of the Queen.
May he rest in peace and may the Royal family be united in these sorrowful days.
My kindest regards to all of you. 💕
© Micheline Walker
9 April 2021
A fine tribute
Thank you, Derrick. Queen Elizabeth met Prince Philip when she was still an adolescent. Her instinct told her that he was her Prince. It was a beautiful marriage. I’m so sorry that he died.
I think he was the grounding force of the British monarchy. It’s sad that he’s passed. — YUR
It is sad because you are right. He was the grounding force of the British monarchy. He was always there for the Queen. He loved her, she adored him, they matched, and he was like a pillar. How will things go? Micheline