Royal Family News: Queen Elizabeth And Prince Philip Celebrate Their 73rd Anniversary With A Handmade Card From Grandchildren George, Charlotte, And Louis
British royal family news divulges that the UK’s Queen Elizabeth and her husband Prince Philip Duke of Edinburgh has just shared a touching family moment. During this time, while the world is hunkered down at home waiting for the coronavirus pandemic to show signs of easing, any contact with loved ones has a heightened emotionality.
Today a beautiful picture of the happy couple was released by Buckingham Palace in honor of their 73rd wedding anniversary. The photo shows the pair sitting on their couch looking at a handmade congratulatory card given to them by their grandchildren.
Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip received a touching and colorful anniversary card from their grandchildren
Philip holds the open card in his hands and they both look at the inside with delight. That’s because the adorable card was made especially for them with love and comes from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s three children.
The children, Prince George, seven, Princess Charlotte, five, and two-year-old Prince Louis must have had fun making the bright card. The number 73 is on the front of the card along with bright spots of color including red, yellow, blue, green, and purple.
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The children have not seen their great-grandparents for several weeks but one can imagine their joy in being able to give them something from the heart.
The card was delivered to Windsor Castle by the royal postal service
The picture was taken by Getty Images’ royal photographer, Chris Jackson. The setting was the Oak Room and shows a domestic scene of tranquility.
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The queen is dressed in a pale blue dress with a pearl necklace and the Chrysanthemum Brooch. The sapphire and diamond brooch is set in a spectacular platinum setting and it was worn by the then Princess Elizabeth on her honeymoon at Broadlands in Hampshire in 1947.
The Queen was 21 and Philip was 26 when they were married at Westminster Abbey on November 20, 1947, at 10:30 am. ThE couple has four children, eight grandchildren, and eight great-grandchildren.
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Some royal watchers have commented on their living arrangements–they do not live together for long periods of time—but it is an arrangement that seems to suit their needs perfectly.
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