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World Elizabeth II and Prince Philip: the beneficial consequence of confinement on their marriage!

15:25  24 july  2020
15:25  24 july  2020 Source:   allocine.fr

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Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip , who have been married for more than 70 years, can boast of the longest-enduring marriage in British royal history. The next day Philip joined the royal family on their yacht, Victoria and Albert, for lunch. A young Elizabeth continued to admire him as he ate

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Life is slowly resuming its course in England, where confinement will have lasted almost four months. Like many couples around the world, Elizabeth II and Prince Philip will have lived glued to each other during this health crisis. The monarch and her husband were confined to Windsor Castle, and spent their days calling relatives by videoconference. And despite the heavy financial consequences of confinement on the monarchy, , the mother of Prince Charles , took care of herself during this exceptional period. Internet users will certainly not forget his little pony ride, which earned him many compliments on the Internet! And obviously, Her Majesty really enjoyed spending time alone, with her 99-year-old husband. After 73 years of marriage to , everything seems to be rolling for the royal couple!

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Besides being married , Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip share ancestry. Like many royal couples, Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip are distantly related through their royal ancestors. The practice of marrying within royal bloodlines has become less common as royalty's power is lessened.

Sometimes considered brusque and prone to lapses in tact, the 98-year-old Prince Philip has nonetheless excelled in his principal role: as Queen Elizabeth II 's stalwart companion for more than 70 years.

Time together, for the first time in years

According to reports from someone close to the royal family, to the Mirror, the Duke of Edinburgh has brought "new life" to his wife. As close friends with the British media assure him, the royal couple are closer than ever since confinement. Philip Mountbatten would have been of huge support for Queen Elizabeth II, especially when it comes to the Megxit. Closer than ever, the couple would like to spend as much time as possible together , “as during confinement”, assures a relative. “ Anyone who has seen her recently will know that the Queen loved the time she spent with Philip. This is the first time that the queen has been able to spend so much time with her husband, in years, ”said one in Buckingham, with the Sun. Rekindled, Queen Elizabeth II continued to play her role during the pandemic, and is determined to carry out her duties to the end. A boost, certainly brought on by the love of Prince Philip.

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