Prince Philip, lifelong companion of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II

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(VOVWORLD) - Prince Philip,  husband of Queen Elizabeth II, died on Friday morning (April 9) at the age of 99. The couple has been together since 1947. 

Prince Philip pictured in 2019. He passed away at Windsor Castle on April 9, aged 99.

Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, look at a homemade card for their 73rd wedding anniversary in November 2020. Picture: Chris Jackson/Getty Images.

The last picture of Philip, the Duke of Edinburg, when he departs King Edward VII hospital in London on March 16.

Young Philip and Elizabeth at their wedding in 1947

The royal couple Philip-Elizabeth in a ceremony to mark their 60th wedding anniversary in 2012.

The royal couple Philip-Elizabeth and their children at Buckingham Palace in 1968.

Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburg pictured at Baldonnel airport in 2011 during their visit to Ireland.

Prince Philip accompanies Queen Elizabeth while receiving former US President Barrack Obama and his wife in 1999.

Duke Philip pictured with American artists during his visit to a theatre in London.

The family of the royal couple Philip-Elizabeth in 1972.

Prince Philip was en route to HMS Chequers in Malta in 1949 while serving the Royal Navy.

Philip’s eldest son, Prince Charles, followed his father’s footsteps to serve in the Royal Air force and Navy.

Philip’s second son, Prince Andrew has served the Royal Navy for 22 years.

Philip’s youngest son, Prince Edward, has 3 years serving the Royal Marines.