Elizabeth II and the prince Philip : the one positive effect of the confinement on their wedding !

Elizabeth II and prince Philip, it is a story that rolls ! After 73 years of marriage, the royal couple is more in love than ever. And the confinement is for something …

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Life slowly resumes its course in England, where the confinement has lasted nearly four months. Like many couples of the world, Elizabeth II and prince Philip have lived glued one to the other during this health crisis. The monarch and her husband were confined in the castle of Windsor, and occupied their days calling their relatives through video conferencing. And despite the heavy financial consequences of the confinement on the monarchy, the mother of prince Charles is busy during this exceptional period. The internet does not forget, certainly not his little ride on pony, which had earned him many compliments on the Canvas ! And obviously, His Majesty enjoyed a lot of time alone to alone, with her husband, 99-year-old. After 73 years of marriage, everything seemed to roll up to the royal couple !

Time together, for the first time in years

According to information of a relative of the royal family, with the Mirror, the duke of Edinburgh has made a “new breath” to his wife. As the provide of intimate with that media uk, the royal couple is closer than ever since the containment. Philip Mountbatten would have been of huge support for the queen Elizabeth II, in particular as regards the Megxit. Closer than ever, the couple would like to spend as much time as possible together, “such as during the confinement,” says a close. “All those who have seen him recently know that the queen has loved the time she spent in the company of Philip. This is the first time that the queen can spend as much time with her husband, for years”, says one to Buckingham, with the Sun. Rise block, queen Elizabeth II has continued to perform its role during the pandemic, and is determined to carry out his functions until the end. The crack of a whip, certainly brought on by the love of prince Philip.