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    • Prince Philip: a Life in Pictures of Britain's Longest-Serving Royal Consort
    • Prince Philip: a Life in Pictures of Britain's Longest-Serving Royal Consort
    • Prince Philip: a Life in Pictures of Britain's Longest-Serving Royal Consort
    • Prince Philip: a Life in Pictures of Britain's Longest-Serving Royal Consort
    • Prince Philip: a Life in Pictures of Britain's Longest-Serving Royal Consort
    • Prince Philip: a Life in Pictures of Britain's Longest-Serving Royal Consort
    • Prince Philip: a Life in Pictures of Britain's Longest-Serving Royal Consort
    • Prince Philip: a Life in Pictures of Britain's Longest-Serving Royal Consort
    • Prince Philip: a Life in Pictures of Britain's Longest-Serving Royal Consort
    • Prince Philip: a Life in Pictures of Britain's Longest-Serving Royal Consort
    • Prince Philip: a Life in Pictures of Britain's Longest-Serving Royal Consort
    • Prince Philip: a Life in Pictures of Britain's Longest-Serving Royal Consortt
    • Prince Philip: a Life in Pictures of Britain's Longest-Serving Royal Consort
    • Prince Philip: a Life in Pictures of Britain's Longest-Serving Royal Consort
    • Prince Philip: a Life in Pictures of Britain's Longest-Serving Royal Consort
    • Prince Philip: a Life in Pictures of Britain's Longest-Serving Royal Consort
    • Prince Philip: a Life in Pictures of Britain's Longest-Serving Royal Consort
    • Prince Philip: a Life in Pictures of Britain's Longest-Serving Royal Consort
    • Prince Philip: a Life in Pictures of Britain's Longest-Serving Royal Consort
    • Prince Philip: a Life in Pictures of Britain's Longest-Serving Royal Consort
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    In this Wednesday, 22 July 2020, file photo, Britain's Prince Philip arrives for a ceremony for the transfer of the Colonel-in-Chief of the Rifles from himself to Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, at Windsor Castle, England.

    Heartfelt tributes have been pouring in from all across the globe for the Duke of Edinburgh, who passed away peacefully on 9 April. From monarchs, prime ministers, and heads of state to celebrities and ordinary people, people have continued expressing their deepest condolences to the Royal Family.

    A man who earned the affection of generations and inspired the lives of countless people in the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth - this is how UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson described Prince Philip following the announcement of his passing on 9 April, just two months before turning 100.

    Even during his lifetime the royal was praised for his extraordinary commitment and devotion to serving the public and supporting the Queen. Here is the life of Britain's longest-serving royal consort in pictures.

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