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Technology Prinz Philips last will remain decades of time

20:15  17 september  2021
20:15  17 september  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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the last will of the husband of the British Queen Elizabeth II, who deceased in April in April, will be public in the coming century: to protect "the dignity and stand" of the monarchin, remain the testament of Prince Philip for the next 90 years secret, a judge of the Supreme Court in London decided on Thursday. Only then will it released for historians.

Der letzte Wille des im April verstorbenen Ehemanns der britischen Königin Elizabeth II. soll erst im kommenden Jahrhundert öffentlich werden. Damit soll © Alastair Grant The last will of the husband of the British Queen Elizabeth II, who died in April in April is to become public in the coming century. This should be protected "the dignity and stand" of the monarch.

It is in the public interest to protect the privacy of the Queen and narrower members of the royal family explained Richter Andrew McFarlane. The special state of the royal family justifies that their private life is particularly protected.

However, there is also a historical and biographical interest in the Testament, explained the judge. Therefore, it should be unsealed after 90 years under the supervision of a professional archivist.

Prince Philip had died on the 9th of April shortly before his 100th birthday. He had stood at the side of the Queen 73 years.

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