What Really Killed Prince Philip of Edinburgh? Here is the Hidden Truth!
The Duke of Edinburgh and husband to Queen Elizabeth Prince Philip (the truth) as of today was announced dead by the Buckingham palace. The announcement was made and said that he died ‘peacefully’. But what really killed Prince Philip this quick? Here is the truth.
The late Prince was born in the Greek island of Cortu on 10th June 1921 to Prince Andrew of Greece
and Prince Alice of Battenberg. His family tree includes royals from Denmark, Germany, Russia
and Britain heritage.
He served in the second World war as a midshipman on the battleship HMS valiant and has stood by the queen for the past seventy-three years she has been in power. Prince Philip and then Princess Elizabeth got engaged in July 1947 and later that year on 20th November, they tied the knot.
The couple was blessed with four children, Edward, Andrew, Anne and Charles and grand children later along the way. The prince stood along side Queen Elizabeth in her reign and supported her through her
journey including her Golden Jubilee celebrations in 2002.
The otrher truth is that, Prince Philip was also passionate about young people and always tried to aid them towards the right path. He set up the Duke of Edinburgh’s Awards scheme in 1956 which is aimed at developing young people’s abilities.
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He today went down in history as the longest – serving British royal consort. The Buckingham palace is yet to announced the cause of his death only that he died peacefully with a loving family in his midst.
What Killed Prince Philip of Edinburgh?
Well, we have had a less access to the palace news, and we can affirm that, although the news of his death has been broken, but the cause of his death is still a matter of controversy. However, it is well known he had his illnesses that we highly believe have set him rolling to meet his creator. Rest peacefully Prince Philip.