The Duke of Edinburgh, Philip attended his last official Royal engagement on behalf of the Royal family in the month of August. Now, after 64 years of his Royal service, he has certainly earned his retirement respectfully.
Now, we have a list of things he can actually do after his retirement. Here are those 7 ways he can live his retirement to the fullest.
Foremost thing for Prince Philip should be a very long nap. This man has been working for 64 years. He’s almost done 22,219 engagements. Well, that’s an average of 348 engagements a year. This means he works way more days than he shouldn’t. Prince Philip has earned it.
- TAKE A VACATION
Philip has gone on nearly 637 solo overseas trips during his 64 years of service. But, how often did he just get away for the sake of getting away?
For sure, there’s the Royal family’s annual retreat to Balmoral. but Prince Philip has all the rights to explore the world on his own terms. He could once again visit Greece, his birthplace.
- HANG OUT WITH HIS GREAT-GRAND-KIDS.
As the Duke of Edinburgh is retiring, Prince William and his wife, Kate are preparing to move to London. They are also [planning to ramp up the number of engagements they’re taking on. Now, with mommy and daddy out more often, someone’s got to hang with the two little Royals, Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
— The Royal UK (@TheRoyalUK1) October 16, 2017
- FIND A NEW HOBBY
Prince Philip’s got a lot of free time of his now. This also means he’s got plenty of opportunities to discover a new passion or story. Maybe he can take the help of other members of the Royal Family.
- WRITE A BOOK
Well, Prince Philip has been well-known for his one-liners. So, why not put his quick wit onto paper? It would indeed be a best-seller, and he could dish on what life’s really like inside the Buckingham Palace.
Also read: Prince Philip Makes ‘Final Appearance’ At Awards Ceremony In His Name.
- BUY A BOAT
As we all know that Philip is the man of sea. He was in the Royal Navy for over a decade before Queen Elizabeth became Queen of Great England. Now, his retirement could be the perfect time to return to his roots.
- LEARN TO PLAY BRIDGE
There’s not really time like the present to learn a new card game. Queen Elizabeth’s still working, so her free time is limited. But we are sure there are a plenty of palace staffers who are up for a game or two.