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Prince Philip’s death half a year, the Queen of England talks publicly about her late husband for the first time_Elizabeth

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Original title: Six months after the death of Prince Philip, the Queen of England talks publicly about her late husband for the first time

Sohu Entertainment News recently, when the 95-year-old Queen Elizabeth II presided over the new House of Commons meeting in the Scottish Parliament Hall in Edinburgh, she recalled the “many happy and wonderful times” she and her husband had together. This is the first time in the past six months that Prince Philip passed away in public, reminiscing about the days when he was with Prince Philip.

On the day of the meeting, Elizabeth II wore a green wool coat and floral dress to attend the Scottish Parliament. During the parliament, Queen Elizabeth II said emotionally in a speech: “I have mentioned many times that I have a deep and lasting affection for this beautiful place. There are too many good memories of Prince Philip and I.” “People often Said that one side of the water and soil raises the other people, as we have seen, the people living here are better than Scotland.”

Prince Philip, the husband of Queen Elizabeth II, was born in June 1921, and passed away in April this year, two months before his 100th birthday. His life is inextricably linked to Scotland. .Return to Sohu to see more

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