Saturday, 28 November, 2020

Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip celebrate 73rd anniversary

Queen Elizabeth Philip get anniversary card from great-grandkids The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh celebrate their 73rd wedding anniversary | ITV News
Adrian Cunningham | 22 November, 2020, 21:09

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As Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip celebrated their 73rd wedding anniversary in lockdown due to coronavirus pandemic, their great-grandchildren prepared handmade cards for them.

Kate Middleton and Prince William 's children got creative for their great-grandparents Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip 's wedding anniversary. Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis - the Cambridge children - worked together to create a sweet anniversary wish for the British monarch.

Pictures of the Queen and Prince Philip looking at the handmade cards made were posted on the Royal family's Instagram account on Friday.

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In the photograph, a smiling Prince Philip holds the card in his hand. On the table in front of them, a number of other letters and greetings that were sent to them. In honor of this event, a new official photo taken at Windsor Castle has been published on the official pages of the royal family on social networks.

The royal toddlers have not been able to see their great-grandparents for several weeks but they made sure their love reached Windsor Castle, where the Queen and Philip are now in residence together.

Elizabeth (then still a princess) and her distant relative Philip (grandson of King George I of Greece and great-great-grandson of Queen Victoria of England) were married in London's Westminsters Abbey on November 20, 1947. Their relationship has lasted the longest of any British sovereign. Their great grandchildren, meanwhile, are isolating at Anmer Hall in Norfolk with their parents.