So the world mourns the royal
Prince Philip died at the age of 99. The world’s politicians, nobility and celebrities express sorrow and compassion.
Prince Philip (1921–2021) is dead. As announced by the British royal family, Queen Elizabeth II’s husband (94) died on the morning of 9 April. Many celebrities, politicians and nobles across the world spoke to say goodbye to Prince Philip. a selection.
Charm, esprit and sense of duty
Boris Johnson (56), The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom saidPhilip, among other things, “shaped and inspired the lives of countless youths”. At thousands of events he “fueled his hopes and encouraged him in his endeavors”. She will forever be remembered for her “steady support” of the queen – as a prince and husband.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau (49) said, among other things, that Philip was a man “driven by a sense of duty to others”. In doing so, they have contributed not only to Canada’s social fabric, but also to the world. He will be remembered as a philanthropist and “constant in the life of our queen”.
Former US President George W. Bush (74) announced that he and his wife Laura (74) were saddened by the news of Prince Phillips’ death. The deceased “represented the United Kingdom with dignity”. He and his wife must have been lucky enough to know of his “charm and esprit” and we know how much he would miss “.
Federal President Frank-Walter Steinmeier (65) also expressed his condolences. He “with deep sorrow” heard the news of the death of Prince Phillips, who “was popular and highly valued in Germany”. The deceased received “enmity, charm and intelligence” […] Won the respect and love of the people of the state. He himself was able to confront “Shahi’s” sense of humor “with great joy”. Philip made an important contribution to reconciliation. After the horrors of the second world war “was done in our countries”.
“The death of Prince Philip makes me very sad”, Meanwhile, Chancellor Angela Merkel (66) was reported. “His friendship with Germany, his straightforwardness and sense of duty will not be forgotten.”
a great friend”
Swedish King Karl Sixteenth. Gustaf (74) said in a message that he and Queen Sylvia (77) were “deeply saddened” about Phillips’ demise. He was “a great friend of our family for many years”. The Swedish royals had a “deeply valued” relationship with him.
King Harald of Norway (84), meanwhile, states that he expresses his condolences to the Queen and the British, and his views are with Queen Elizabeth II and the rest of the family. On this day and the day of the funeral, which is not yet officially known, a flag is to be hoisted at half-mast from the balcony of the palace.
Prominent celebrities from the show business and business also spoke. Star entrepreneur Richard Branson (70) Wrote on twitter: “Rest in peace, Prince Philip.” His thoughts also go to the queen and the royal family.
Irish singer Ronan Keating (44) Published a photo on instagramOn which he can be seen with his wife Storm (39) and Prince Philip. It was a “great honor” for him to meet Royal. “You have lived a full life, a good life.” Singers also have thoughts with relatives.
British actress Catherine Zeta-Jones (51) Meanwhile thanked instagram Service provided for Philip for decades. She declared, “Thank you for your unwavering dedication to our queen and our country.”
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