How the life of Elizabeth II changed after the death of Prince Philip’s husband

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(ORDO NEWS) — Queen Elizabeth II will be celebrating her 95th birthday very soon. How she decided to celebrate her anniversary was reported by the popular Daily Mail. However, the death of her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, overshadowed the coming event.

For the first time, the Queen’s relatives will not be able to attend the celebration. To celebrate the anniversary, which will take place on April 21, Her Majesty will be with her subjects. There will be no relatives at the party either. In principle, there will be no holiday as such. Most likely they will organize a tea party.

There are several reasons for this decision. First, the queen is in mourning. Secondly, she strictly adheres to quarantine measures. Indeed, Her Majesty is an example for the whole of Great Britain. It remains only to admire the manners and respect for the traditions of this woman.

Just imagine, this is the first birthday in 70 years that Elizabeth will spend without her husband. She also decided to abandon the tradition of making an official portrait for the holiday. The whole world followed the love of this great couple. They were an example of a strong and loving family for more than half a century (73 years).

We remind you that Prince Philip died on April 9 at the 100th year of his life at the residence of Windsor Palace. The duke himself wished to spend the last days of his life at home, and not in the hospital. He left the world without torment and pain, surrounded by relatives. In February 2021, the prince underwent heart surgery, after which he stayed in the hospital for a long time.


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