Prince Philip Last Moments Before His Death Will Make You Cry

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Prince Philip has died aged 99, Buckingham Palace announces..
A statement issued by the palace just after midday spoke of the Queen’s “deep sorrow” following his death at Windsor Castle on Friday morning.
The Duke of Edinburgh, the longest-serving royal consort in British history, was at the Queen’s side for more than her six decades of reign.
Boris Johnson said he “inspired the lives of countless young people”.
“It is with deep sorrow that Her Majesty The Queen announces the death of her beloved husband,” the Palace said.
“The Royal Family join with people around the world in mourning his loss.”
It is understood that the Prince of Wales travelled from his home in Gloucestershire to visit his mother at Windsor Castle on Friday afternoon.
Speaking at Downing Street, the prime minister said that the duke had “earned the affection of generations here in the United Kingdom, across the Commonwealth, and around the world”.
Meanwhile, Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury, said he “consistently put the interests of others ahead of his own and, in so doing, provided an outstanding example of Christian service”.
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In tribute to the duke, Westminster Abbey began tolling its tenor bell once every 60 seconds at 18:00 BST. It rang out 99 times to honour each year of his life.
Earlier, the flag at Buckingham Palace was lowered to half-mast and a notice was posted on the gates to mark the duke’s death.
People placed floral tributes outside the palace, while hundreds visited Windsor Castle to pay their respects.
However, the government urged the public not to gather or leave tributes at royal residences amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The Royal Family has asked people to consider making a donation to a charity instead of leaving flowers in memory of the duke, and an online book of condolence has been launched on the official royal website for those who wish to send messages.

A message on the website of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s non-profit organisation Archewell paid tribute to the “loving memory” of the Duke of Edinburgh, saying: “Thank you for your service… you will be greatly missed.”
From midday on Saturday, a 41-gun salute will take place for Prince Philip in cities including London, Edinburgh, Cardiff and Belfast, as well as in Gibraltar and at sea from Royal Navy warships, the Ministry of Defence said. They will be broadcast online and on television for the public to watch from home.
The BBC’s royal correspondent Nicholas Witchell said it was “a moment of sadness” for the country and “most particularly, for the Queen losing her husband of 73 years – a bigger span of years than most of us can imagine”.
He said Prince Philip had made “a huge contribution to the success of the Queen’s reign”, describing the duke as “utterly loyal in his belief in the importance of the role that the Queen was fulfilling – and in his duty to support her”.
“It was the importance of the solidity of that relationship, of their marriage, that was so crucial to the success of her reign,” he added.

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Denis Duke Uganda says:

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Arlene Hiles says:

My deepest sympathy to the HRM the Queen and all their family of Prince Philip in and condolences.

MattOwens Rees says:

Monotinous music, very repetitive

Lyn R says:

Should we all really live unto the end when our bodies are failing so gravely? Especially after a lifetime of dedicated service to the People, Country and Commonwealth. In all honesty we should be permitted to end our lives freely and willing at a time of our choice. In short, euthanasia should be legal worldwide. I went through this with my father and now Imam waiting for my mother's suffering final days. This isn't fair, if a person doesn't want it.

Patti says:

Yet he said that when he died he wanted to come back as a deadly virus to depopulate the world. As the elite 1% were already planning our demise for generations it was a rather frighteningly apt comment. The virus came along to control us, whilst the vaccines, to quote the MHRA figures, are doing a similarly fine job to gradually depopulate us. Then of course there's Charles who, as well as loving the company of paedophiles, pushes his nose into everything like the great reset. Reset or not, ordinary folk like us will lose everything whilst the RF sit on their billions. At the same time the Queen works constantly at protecting her disgustingly arrogant favourite son from giving evidence in the UK. What a bunch.

gail crowe says:

That music is horrible. RIP Your Highness.

Annette Cross says:

God bless you and rest in HRHPRINCE PHILLIP. Loyal to the Queen till the end.xx

Dianna Rockefeller says:

The Musik is awful .. violin sounds like scratching a cat yikes 😱

Sam Psychic says:

Well. What were his last moments? Awful vidio with dreadful music.

Andrea Berryman says:

We love you SO much your Highness, Elizabeth. We all give you our very most deep sympathy. You and your husband set a standard of duty, common decency, generosity and respect the world has admired so much. Philip was an icon of ages. We loved him dearly.

johan day says:

He really was a very elegant gentleman, even up to the end . May 5he Prince rest in peace.

ghost says:

Who is Phil

Anon 56 says:

He looks like a steamed tomato but smarter

Rosemary Kriegel says:

So wonderful that the Queen has all of these videos of her husband to see along with the memories when she misses him.

bob80q says:

you are a classless piece of shit

Jennifer K says:

Amazing person. How could Harry do this interview?!

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