“You know this will happen, but you were never really ready,” Princess Anne said of the emotional statement of her father’s death.
The four children of Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh and Queen Elizabeth II pay tribute to their father this weekend The death of the duke.
“You know this will happen, but you have never really been ready,” Princess Anne, the couple’s second child and only daughter, said in a statement released on Sunday. “My father has always been my teacher, my supporter, and my critic, but in most cases, this is the example I want to emulate in living a good life and free service.”
The Duke is the longest reigning princess in British history, Passed away “calmly” on Friday 99-year-old royal family SayHe died a few weeks after being discharged from the hospital, where he was treated for infection and underwent surgery for pre-existing heart disease.
Annie said in the statement: “I want to emphasize that his family is very grateful that his life has touched the information and memories of many people.” “We will miss him, but his legacy can inspire us all. “
Prince Andrew, Prince Edward, and Edward’s wife, Sophie Countess of Wessex, were interviewed by the British media after attending a church at the Royal All Saints Chapel in Windsor on Sunday.
Andrew, the third of the couple’s four children, said that the death of the Duke “brought the family [him] Not just [their] “Lost”, but the loss of a loved one who died during the coronavirus pandemic.
“He is an amazing man,” Andrew said. “We almost lost our grandfather in this country. I am very sorry and supportive of my mother, and I think she may feel more than others.”
Andrew, who has Withdraw from public royal duties After reviewing him Relationship with Jeffrey Epstein, Said the queen described her husband, who had lost her for more than 70 years, as “leaving a huge gap in her life.”
Edward, the youngest of the four, said of his father’s death: “No matter how hard people try to prepare, it’s still a terrible shock.”
Prince Charles shared his views in a public speech on Saturday, description His father is “a very special person, and I think the most important thing is that he will be surprised by people’s reactions to him and touching remarks.”
“We, my family, are grateful for all this,” Charles said. “It will support us at this particular loss and this very sad moment.”
Buckingham Palace officials announced on Saturday that the prince’s funeral will be held in a small ceremony at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle on Saturday.
Prince Harry will fly to the UK to participate Funeral, but his wife, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, will stay in the United States because she is in the late stages of pregnancy.