They said their "thoughts and prayers" are with those caught up in the devastation.
The actress says she spoke "gobbledygook" throughout her intimate royal meeting.
"What he’s achieved and simply by being with the Queen for all those years is absolutely remarkable and unprecedented."
The Duke of Edinburgh is not someone who is an obvious advocate for women's rights within the Royal Family. The Sunday Times' royal correspondent Roya Nikkhah and historian Anna Whitelock explain why they think Prince Philip is a feminist role model, through his support for the Queen and some of the sacrifices he's made.
Prince Philip may wear a stern face in public, but he’s never been shy when it comes to cracking a smile for one of his adorable offspring.The Duke of Edinburgh and the Queen’s marriage has spanned more than seven decades and seen them welcome four children , eight grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren (and counting!) into their family.If these adorable photos are anything to go by, Philip couldn’t be happier with his royal brood.Here are some of the duke’s sweetest moments with his beloved family over the years:
The ’10 Year Challenge’ took the internet by storm last week, with many sharing photos a decade apart – the first one from 2009, and the most recent from 2019.Many celebrities even jumped on the bandwagon, but what about the royal family? Particularly Meghan Markle.The Duchess of Sussex has quite a whirlwind 10 years – she’s gone from struggling actress, to appear on the very successful show Suits, has gotten divorced, married a prince and is now pregnant.Take a look at the 10-year transformations of the royals.
The festive season has begun for the royals as family members arrived for the Queen’s annual Christmas lunch at Buckingham Palace on Wednesday afternoon – including William, Kate, Harry and Meghan.Her Majesty, 92, hosts a big luncheon every year at the palace for extended members of her family, before she departs for Sandringham for Christmas. The Norfolk estate isn’t thought to be large enough to accommodate everyone so this is their annual get-together.The Cambridges arrived with two of their children, George, 5, and Charlotte, 3, in the back. Kate donned a pastel pink ensemble with pussy-bow detailing with diamond drop earrings for the occasion.The Duchess of Sussex was photographed in the passenger seat as husband Harry drove through the palace gates. Meghan appeared to be wearing a high-neck ruffled dress by Erdem and her Cartier diamond and white gold earrings.The Queen’s husband Prince Philip, 97, was also pictured being driven to the lunch, joined by his children Princess Anne, 68 and Prince Andrew, 58. The Duke of Edinburgh retired from public duties last year and mainly resides in Windsor.Anne’s son Peter Phillips arrived with his wife Autumn and daughters Savannah and Isla, while Sophie, Countess of Wessex beamed in a burgundy coat and grey scarf as she drove her and her daughter Lady Louise, 15, to the lunch.Princess Beatrice also attended, wearing a £100 plaid coat from River Island.The Queen stays at Sandringham throughout the festive period and doesn’t usually return to London until after the anniversary of her father King George VI’s death on February 6.She and Philip have four children, eight grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren – with one on the way.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:The Royal Family’s Christmas 2018 plans: Meals, presents and traditionsKate and Meghan’s Christmas Day outfits through the years in picturesEverything you need to know about the Queen’s speech
Prince Philip did attend the wedding of his granddaughter, Princess Eugenie, but the tension between the 97-year-old and Sarah Ferguson was clear to see, says royal expert Duncan Larcombe. Larcombe, who spent over a decade working as the royal editor at The Sun, admitted that Philip turning up at today’s wedding as a “big deal”. Speaking to Kate Thornton during episode nine of ‘The Royal Box‘, Larcombe spoke of Philip and Fergie’s infamous feud and confirmed that this is the closest proximity we’ve seen the pair in years.
With their royal calendars cleared for the summer, where do the Windsor clan disappear to?
Another day, another question for royal fans to mull over: where will Prince Harry and Meghan Markle spend their honeymoon?After falling in love beneath the stars in Botswana, the pair may well return as newlyweds. While many speculate that the couple could head over to the Philippines, as it was listed as one of the former actress’s dream destinations on her now-deleted blog, The Tig.Or perhaps the soon-to-be Duke and Duchess of Sussex will seek inspiration from Harry’s family roots?With details still up in the air, we take a look back at where British royals spent their post-nuptial days.From Prince Charles and Princess Diana‘s now-famous photocall in Balmoral to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge‘s tropical getaway, this where the royal family has honeymooned in years gone by.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.Read more from Yahoo Style UK: From afternoon tea to rooftop screenings: Where to celebrate the royal wedding Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal wedding: The date, details and all the latest newsFrom Charles and Diana to Harry and Meghan: A brief history of royal engagements