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Entertainment Queen Elizabeth II .: The evening before the wedding, Philip got cold feet.

12:15  24 october  2020
12:15  24 october  2020 Source:   bunte.de

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They have been married for almost 73 years, are considered an iron couple that can not easily be disturbed: Queen Elizabeth (94) and her husband Prince Philip (99). A new documentary now reveals that Philip should have got cold feet the night before the wedding. And for a good reason!

Queen Elizabeth II. © Topical Press Agency / Getty Images Queen Elizabeth II.

The Queen and her husband Prince Philip married in 1947. In the video above we show you the romantic story of their love.

Queen Elizabeth knew Philip as a child

Queen Elizabeth was only eight and Philip was 13 years old when they first met at a wedding in 1934. Years later, he and the Queen reportedly exchanged letters as teenagers. However, he was not considered a potential husband for a long time: The then Prince of Denmark and Greece had hardly any assets of his own, and he also had three sisters who were married to German aristocrats who were part of the NSDAP. In 1946 the two are said to have secretly got engaged. This was officially announced in July 1947 and the wedding bells rang on November 20th. National Geographic's new documentary "Being the Queen" gives private insights into the life of the Queen, including her marriage to Prince Philip. "One of the extraordinary things about the queen is that she fell in love and married the first man she met," explains royal historian Robert Lacey in the documentary.

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Prince Philip got cold feet

The parents of the then Crown Princess Elizabeth, King George ( † 56) and Queen Mum ( † 101), also had their reservations. "It worried her parents very much," said historian Lacey. "She didn't just take on the man she loved. She took on the man who would bear almost half the burden of the monarchy." No wonder Philip got cold feet the night before the wedding, as his old friend Larry Adler remembers: "I was at his bachelorette party the night before the wedding and he was scared. His face was white. This man was just beginning to understand what he got into. And he didn't like that. " Well, considering the responsibility he had to bear as the future queen's husband, a little stage fright was probably normal. Because even the director of the documentary says: "Despite all these other burdens, they were always considered solid." And at least their four children Prince Charles (71), Princess Anne (70), Prince Andrew (60) and Prince Edward (56) followed after the wedding.

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Actually, Prince Philip is now in royal retirement. He made an exception for this special date.

Queen Elizabeth and her husband Philip live in Buckingham Palace

As Queen, the Queen lives with Philip in the magnificent Buckingham Palace. It has been the official residence of the reigning British monarch for over 180 years. He can then feel at home with 775 rooms and 800 employees. With such a special castle, royal fans rightly ask themselves: What does Buckingham Palace actually look like?

In the video below we dare to take a look through the keyhole and show you a glimpse into the Queen's home.

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