The Queen And Prince Philip Have Been Married Over 70 Years – But They’re Actually Blood Relatives

Queen Elizabeth II and her husband Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, first met when they were both relatively young. At the age of just 13, in fact, the future monarch would come to fall in love with the more mature and handsome naval officer. And after the pair started writing to each other, a romance ensued that would go on to stand the test of time.

Then, despite the British royal family’s reservations, Elizabeth and Philip married in 1947. And after Elizabeth became queen in 1952, the duke became a constant presence by his wife’s side. Indeed, since then, he has seemingly supported her through the ups and downs that being a figurehead can bring.

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