Britain’s Queen celebrates 70th wedding anniversary

Photo: Twitter Elizabeth II and her husband Philip

This marriage is the longest in the history of the British Kingdom.

Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II and her husband Philip celebrated on 20 November, the 70-th anniversary. This marriage to the British Kingdom is the longest in history, as reported on Twitter page of The Royal Family.

Visit Buckingham Palace had released a photo of the pair. Pictured Elizabeth II poses in the same outfit that she wore to the diamond wedding. The image of the Queen completed with a brooch, which gave her husband.

To mark The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh”s 70th Wedding Anniversary, new photographic portraits have been released worldwide. pic.twitter.com/Jl6elndhFe

— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) 18 Nov 2017

It is known that Queen Elizabeth II married Philip at 21 years of age. The wedding took place in 1947. Philip is an officer in the British Navy and the great-grandson of Danish king Christian IX, great-grandson of Queen Victoria and the Russian Emperor Nicholas I.

In these new photographs, The Queen and The Duke were pictured in front of a platinum-textured back drop.
The marriage of the then Princess Elizabeth to Lieutenant Philip Mountbatten took place at Westminster Abbey on 20th November 1947. (3/3) pic.twitter.com/Orf37QKqwC

— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) 19 Nov 2017

The couple met in 1934 after Elizabeth visited the naval College in Dartmouth, where at that time was Philip.

Earlier Корреспондент.net reported that the British Prince Harry and his girlfriend were relatives.

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