The marriage of Queen Elizabeth and her husband was the longest lasting while ruling in the Royal Family. The couple announced their anniversary by sharing photos of Prince William looking at the greeting card made by their children.
The marriage of Queen Elizabeth and her spouse was the longest lasting while ruling in the Royal family. The couple announced their anniversary by sharing photos of Prince William looking at the greeting card made by their children. Grandchildren and the three children of William the Duke of Cambridge and 2nd heir to the throne, Kate of Cambridge. Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, prepared by 73 writes greeting cards.
The photo was actually taken at Windsor Castle earlier in the week, not the day of its anniversary. The 94-year-old Queen was 21 when she married Lieutenant Philip Mountbatten on 20 November 1947.
The longest-term marriage in England during his time on the throne was that of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip.
The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh, Philip, spends their time in Windsor Castle during the restrictions imposed by the corona virus outbreak.
The 99-year-old Duke announced his retirement from public office two years ago. Due to the pandemic, anniversary celebrations are also planned to be held in a limited framework.
No sign of the 73rd wedding anniversary has been prepared in shops or tourist attractions across the UK. The couple, who have been married for 73 years and have four children, have five more grandchildren who are lower in the throne rankings. One is Archie, the one-year-old son of Harry, Duke of Sussex. The others are children of Princess Anne’s son and daughter.