The Love Story of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip: Together Forever

The Love Story of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip: Together Forever

A year after Prince Philip. War Elizabeth II die. Queen Elizabeth II died on Thursday (8/9). The love story of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip is remembered again.

In a statement, Britain announced that “The Queen passed away peacefully at Balmoral this afternoon.”

There is no denying that the couple’s relationship, which has been going on for many years, has had a long history. can be denied from the beginning. long before the two of them ruled the British Empire.

The two met at the British Naval Academy in 1939 when Philip, an 18-year-old boy, was introduced to England’s 13-year-old Princess Elizabeth while she was touring the grounds.

Like a romantic movie, the meeting becomes love at first sight. In fact, it’s not really love at first sight.

According to various sources, the two men met when they were children. But experts have noted that the 13-year-old Princess Elizabeth fell deeply in love with Philip, then the young Greek and Danish prince when he was on a tour of the Britannia Naval Academy.

According to “The Little Princess,” a memoir written by Elizabeth’s sister Marion Crawford, Philip made the girl smile.

But she got a chance to see him in shame during the 1943 Christmas play at Windsor Castle. Elizabeth knew Philip would sit in the front row and use charms to make his next lover laugh, according to the Smithsonian.

From then on, the couple exchanged frequent love letters during World War II. Philip participated in World War II. When it was over, he returned to London and asked King George VI to marry Elizabeth.

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“Having avoided war and seen victory, given the opportunity to rest and adjust, love completely and unselfishly makes all personal and global problems seem smaller and smaller,” Philip wrote. in one of his letters in 1946, according to Vogue.

The King was suspicious of the relationship, Philip’s heritage was German, and the Allied Powers had distanced themselves from German culture since World War I.

The Mountbattens were a branch of the House of Battenberg, but changed their name during World War I. Philip was easily won over by his uncle, Lord Louis Mountbatten, who was feared by many at Buckingham Palace.

That year, their love grew so fast that they got married in secret, the couple married on November 20, 1947, in front of 2,000 guests at Westminster Abbey.

At this time, Philip gave up his Greek title. He is Sir Philip Mountbatten – the knight of the garter, but not a prince, but the day after his wedding, George VI gave him the title of Her Majesty.

The following day, Philip became king of Edinburgh, earl of Merioneth, and Baron Greenwich of Greenwich in the London Borough.

At first, the story of the life and love of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip went smoothly. They live simply. But things took a turn for the worse on February 6, 1952, when George VI died and Elizabeth became Queen.

She and Philip were traveling around the colony and were in Kenya when she learned of her father’s death.

Philip’s new job puts him a few steps behind his wife. But he wholeheartedly supported his wife to become the Queen of England.

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At his wife’s coronation ceremony, he knelt down and promised to be “the servant of his body and soul.” And he spent his whole life trying to fulfill this promise. His dedication, position, and reputation are not noticed or appreciated by his wife.

An undated photo shows the British royal couple, Queen Elizabeth II, and her husband Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, with their two children, Charles, Prince of Wales (L) and Princess Anne (R).  (Photo from - / AFP)Photo: AFP/-
Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip

Although Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip had problems during their marriage, but their relationship was the same, for their 50th anniversary in 1997, the queen praised her husband with a sweet greeting.

“He is a man who does not take praise lightly, but he, quite simply, has been my strength and endured it all,” she shared, perVogue.

“Me and his entire family, this and other countries, we owe him more than anyone who has ever claimed or will never know.”

Philip responded to this statement with heart-felt words for his wife.

“I think the biggest lesson we’ve learned is that patience is an important part of any happy marriage,” he said. “You can gather from me that the queen has an abundance of patience.”

Prince Philip and Queen Elizabeth II’s journey is symbolic of the eternal love story of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip. Only love can be separated by death.


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