Prince Phillip’s death told in 17 photos


THE DAY PRINCE PHILIP DIED PICTURES-Dunky Wood / Getty Images Europe & # xa0;

THE DAY PRINCE PHILIP DIED PICTURES-Dunky Wood / Getty Images Europe

He had a wonderful 99 years, but on Friday morning, April 9th, with his beloved wife Queen, Prince Phillip died “peacefully” at Windsor Castle..

The country mourns the royal family for a man who has lived an amazing service life. When the flower compliments appeared at the gates of Buckingham Palace, the news barely began to permeate, and the world of social media showed how Edinburgh touched people’s lives, made them smile, and when they were young. Inspired them.

As told in the picture, this is how the day unfolded.You can follow the latest news on Click here for today’s live blog..

Traditional notice at the palace …

Staff members have announced that they will be exhibiting an announcement about the death of Prince Phillip in the United Kingdom on Friday, April 9, 2021 at the fence of Buckingham Palace in London.  -MattDunham / AP

Staff members have announced that they will be exhibiting an announcement about the death of Prince Phillip in the United Kingdom on Friday, April 9, 2021 at the fence of Buckingham Palace in London. -MattDunham / AP

The announcement of the death of Prince Edinburgh, who died at the age of 99, rests on the gates of Buckingham Palace in London. Photographed date: Friday, April 9, 2021.  PA photo. Prince Phillip, 99, was the longest-serving spouse in British history.  & # Xa0; -Ian West / PA & # xa0;

The announcement of the death of Prince Edinburgh, who died at the age of 99, rests on the gates of Buckingham Palace in London. Photographed date: Friday, April 9, 2021. PA photo. Prince Phillip, 99, was the longest-serving spouse in British history. -Ian West / PA

Windsor Castle will issue a 58-word statement at 12:01 pm. “It is a deep sorrow for Her Majesty to announce the death of her beloved husband, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.”

Death confirmation signs are carried across the front yard of Buckingham Palace before being placed at the gate.

… and an announcement to the modern world

It is a deep sorrow for Her Majesty Queen @RoyalFamily to announce the death of her beloved husband, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. His Highness died peacefully at Windsor Castle this morning.  -Twitter & # xa0;

It is a deep sorrow for Her Majesty Queen @RoyalFamily to announce the death of her beloved husband, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. His Highness died peacefully at Windsor Castle this morning. – twitter

This is a message posted to the royal Twitter account. Soon, the internet will be flooded with stories and memories of the dukes from both Britain and around the world.is this Telegraph’s rich obituary Of his fascinating life.

Compliment begins

Maggie, 2, puts a bouquet outside Buckingham Palace after it was announced that Queen Elizabeth's husband, Prince Phillip of England, had died at the age of 99-Hanna McKay / Reuters & # xa0;

Two-year-old Maggie puts a bouquet outside Buckingham Palace after it was announced that Queen Elizabeth’s husband, Prince Phillip of England, had died at the age of 99-Hanna McKay / Reuters.

& # Xa0; Rachel Hertzke and his son Liam 10, Fin 7, and Jack 3 of Virginia Water bloomed on the gate-& # xa0; Jamie Loriman

Rachel Hertzke of Virginia Water and her sons Liam 10, Fin 7, and Jack 3 have blossomed at the gate-Jamie Loriman

Maggie, the two-year-old girl mentioned above, was one of the first to tribute flowers to the railing in front of Buckingham Palace, but also Rachel Hertzke and her son, Liam 10, Finn, 7, Jack and others. I will. , 3, From Virginia Water-Place flowers at the gates of Windsor Castle.

Flowers at Cambridge Gate in Windsor Castle, Berkshire after the announcement of the death of the Duke of Edinburgh at the age of 99-Victoria Jones / Pennsylvania & # xa0;

Flowers at Cambridge Gate in Windsor Castle, Berkshire after the announcement of the death of the Duke of Edinburgh at the age of 99-Victoria Jones / Pennsylvania

Family mourns

& # Xa0; Prince Charles (passenger seat) was expelled from Windsor Castle after spending about an hour at Windsor Castle after Prince Phillip's death.  -Jamie Loriman & # xa0;

Prince Charles (passenger seat) was expelled from Windsor Castle after spending about an hour at Windsor Castle after Prince Phillip’s death. -Jamie Loriman

Take a screenshot from the archewell.com website in homage to Prince Edinburgh, who died at the age of 99.  -archewell.com

Take a screenshot from the archewell.com website in homage to Prince Edinburgh, who died at the age of 99. -archewell.com

Prince Charles (in the upper passenger seat) was expelled from Windsor Castle after spending about an hour at Windsor Castle after Prince Phillip’s death.Later the prince A heartfelt respect for his father, Duke of Edinburgh said he wanted to be remembered as an individual “in his own right.” Meanwhile, the Duke of Sussex and the Duchess have posted this compliment on the Archewell site above.

The country begins an eight-day memorial

People see flowers left in front of the gates of Buckingham Palace in London-Matt Dunham / AP

People see flowers left in front of the gates of Buckingham Palace in London-Matt Dunham / AP

Elderly civilians dressed in vintage ceremonial military uniform style costumes carry floral compliments outside Buckingham Palace.  -Dunky Wood / Getty Images & # xa0;

Elderly civilians dressed in vintage ceremonial uniform style costumes carry floral compliments outside Buckingham Palace-Dunkitwood / Getty Images

As the flower compliments grow, so does the crowd depicted to reflect the Duke’s death. The average elderly, dressed in vintage ceremonial military uniform style costumes, carry floral compliments outside Buckingham Palace. The royal family later urges people to obey Covid’s rules rather than blooming, but compliments continue to arrive.Please check this out for details 8 days of mourning..

The flag went down and the signboard changed

Police are seeing the Union flag on the half-mast of Buckingham Palace.  -Jeff Pew & # xa0;

Police watch over Union flag on half-mast at Buckingham Palace-Jeff Pew

Union flag flies half-mast over Belfast City Hall-Brian Lawless / PA

Union flag flies half-mast over Belfast City Hall-Brian Lawless / PA

A tribute to Prince Phillip shines in Piccadilly Circus, and the general public is reading a treatise from the page with him-Rick Findler & # xa0;

A tribute to Prince Phillip shines in Piccadilly Circus, and the general public is reading a treatise from the page with him-Rick Findler

A tribute to John Lewis & # xa0;

A tribute to John Lewis

Union flags are hung in half-mast throughout the country, including Buckingham Palace and Belfast City Hall. Meanwhile, the world-famous signboard at Piccadilly Circus in London is praised. The subway and major train stations, as well as the websites of many companies such as Barbour and John Lewis above, also have a solemn message.

Prime Minister deals with the country

Boris Johnson pays compliments & # xa0;-& # xa0; Pippa Fowles / No10 Downing Street

Boris Johnson pays homage-10 to Pippa Fowles / Downing Street

Prime Minister pays Compliment To Duke of Edinburgh In Downing Street, he praised him as a “gained generational love” and “dedicated” husband.

“We helped steer the royal family and the monarchy, making it an undeniably essential system for the balance and well-being of our national lives,” said Boris Johnson.

Read A complete statement here.

Top pages around the world honoring the Duke

British media coverage of Prince Phillip's death-Andy Rain / EPA-EFE / Shutterstock

British media coverage of Prince Phillip’s death-Andy Rain / EPA-EFE / Shutterstock

In the UK and around the world, Duke’s death made the top page.You can do it Read all about it here.

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