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Queen Elizabeth’s emotional message to Prince Philip.


We all know that, Prince Philip was admitted to the hospital for his hip surgery. Now, he is recovering and is expected to stay in the hospital for several days. 

But, the Queen had something special planned for her husband, like a message maybe?

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Prince Philip and Queen Elizabeth has been married for 70 years now. Prince Philip has always supported Her Majesty and have been her backbone. But, that’s just one part of the story.

Wondering what’s the other half?

Well, the other half is from Queen Elizabeth’s side. She has also supported Prince Philip at many occasions. Be it, when Philip wanted his family name to be given to his descendants as well. Or when he had to leave all his culture and past behind to settle in the British royal family.

Both have been through hard times.

Both, Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh have been through a lot. They have together passed each obstacle. Now, when Prince Philip is in a weak condition, Her Majesty has taken a step forward to support her husband. She wrote a short yet beautiful message to Prince Philip.

Queen Elizabeth wrote a short message to Prince Philip. 

“My dear husband, we have been through a lot together. We can handle this too. I know it now, I knew it earlier, you are a very strong man. Not only mentally, but physically too. You will get this through with. I am right beside you to support you. I wish you a speedy recovery”.

Well, getting this strong support from Her Majesty, has already made Prince Philip better. According to recent reports, Prince Philip feels a lot better now and is recovering very fast. 

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We hope to see Prince Philip at Prince harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding, in good health and in a happy mood. The Royal UK urges all it’s readers to keep praying for Prince Philip and Queen Elizabeth.