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The love story of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip.. she loved him when she was 13 years old

The story of Queen Elizabeth II's love and marriage to Prince Philip is considered one of the most famous stories of love and marriage in the world, due to the length of their marriage, which reached 73 years, and ended with Philip's death just two months before his 100th birthday, according to the British Daily Mail website. Since the death of the late Queen's companion, the newspapers have been talking about the extent to which Elizabeth was affected by the death of her lover and her husband, Philip, 

who also affected her health, in addition to facing alone some family problems such as the problem of Prince Andrew. Elizabeth could not forget Philip, her husband and her lover who were so complimenting to each other, who was sharp and bold; While she was cautious before making a decision, which helped to strengthen their relationship with each other. Margaret Rhodes, the Queen's cousin and close 

childhood friend, told of her and Philip's love story, who died in 2016: "She never looked at anyone else. She was in love with him from the start." Elizabeth and Philip first met when she was thirteen years old while she and her parents were visiting Dartmouth Naval College

 and on an official tour, and Philip was commissioned to entertain her and her little sister, Princess Margaret, and at first sight the two fell in love with each other. Elizabeth's marriage to Philip for 73 years remained in understanding and happily until his death on April 9, 2021,


 which the royal family did not expect. George VI's private secretary, Sir Alan Tommy Lascelles, wrote of the family's view of Philip: "They felt he was cruel Uneducated and perhaps unfaithful, as he was the son of the exiled Prince Andrew of Greece and Denmark, who spent the last years of his life in the Monte Carlo courts for gambling, so he was seen as unsuitable for a princess . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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