Queen Elizabeth Talks About Prince Philip For The First Time Since His Death

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1NEWS – Queen Elizabeth II arrived in Edinburgh Saturday (2/10) to inaugurate the Scottish Parliament, accompanied by Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla. Historically, Queen Elizabeth has always come with her late husband, Prince Philip, to inaugurate the Scottish Parliament and in her speech yesterday she mentioned the Duke of Edinburgh, who died 9 April 2021 aged 99.

“I have spoken before about my deep and enduring affection for this beautiful country and about the many wonderful memories Prince Philip and I will always hold during our time here,” the Queen said in her speech.

“It is often said that it is people who make a place. And there are few places where this is more true than in Scotland. As we have seen recently,” he continued, referring to the difficult circumstances caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Queen Elizabeth, wearing an alpine green herringbone wool coat by Stewart Parvin and a gold floral dress by Rachel Trevor Morgan said after her grandson became Lord High Commissioner, Prince William had told her many encouraging stories that he was hearing firsthand the people and communities of the world. all of Scotland unite to protect and care for those who are isolated or vulnerable.

“The beginning of a new session is a time for renewal and fresh thinking, providing an opportunity to look into the future and our future generations,” he said.

According to People, after Prince Philip’s death, the queen made her first solo trip to Balmoral Castle in Scotland last July 2021, where the couple would normally withdraw from August to fall. In August 2020, Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip spent their final holiday together at a property in the Scottish Highlands. (Eng)


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