Following a recent prolonged stint in hospital, Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh and husband to Queen Elizabeth II has passed away today (April 9th, 2021) peacefully at Windsor Castle, a statement from Buckingham Palace has confirmed.
The Royal Family website has been changed to mark the passing with a tribute to the late Prince, who had been in the headlines as of late due to his ill health.
Pictures and memories of the Duke quickly flooded social media, remembering not only his incredible achievements throughout his life, but some of his funnier moments and slip-ups as well.
Who can forget when he was posing for a picture back in 2015 and became irritated with the photographer, who was apparently taking too long to do their job?
Of course, there will always be those who act with the upmost disrespect in what should be a situation of peace and love for ALL members of the Royal Family.
Did she tell any lies?
In this clip, we see Brian Kilmeade of FOX News (and I use the term News loosely) attempt to connect the death to Prince Philip's alleged "rage" following Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's recent sit-down interview with Oprah Winfrey:
It seemed as though Philip had a close relationship with both Prince Harry and Prince William following the passing of their mother Prince Diana, convincing the boys to walk behind her coffin at her funeral procession and offering to walk alongside them for support.
Rest peacefully, Prince Philip. One thing is for sure: you will always be remembered.
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