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Buckingham palace has announced that the Duke of Endibourgh has died. In a statement, the palace said it is with deep sorrow that her majesty the queen announces the death of her beloved husband his royal highness prince Phillip, duke of endibourgh. His royal highness passed away peacefully this morning at Winsar castle. The royal family join the people around the world in mourning his loss.  Prince Philip was 99 and the longest serving consult in British history. The duke and queen elisabeth were married for more than 70 years. Prince Phillip dedicated decades of his life to royal duty serving the nation at the xx side. He was seen as the strong willed and independent man. Interviewed on his 70-year old birthday, he had this to say:  I just done what I think is the best and some people think it's all right, other people quite honestly don't. What can you do? I cannot sudenly change my whole way of doing things. I cannot change my interest. I cannot change my way which i react at things. It's part of, somebody's style. Prince returned to Winsar castle in mid-March after spending a month in hospital where he had an operation for heart condition.  People have been laying floweres outside the castle's gates.


Speaking from his residence in Downing street, the British prime minister Boris Johnson said prince phillip had earned the affection of generations around the world. And that has inspired the lives of countless young people with the Duke of endibourgh skin.


Other world leaders have been paying tribute to the Duke. The former US presidnet George W Bush said he had lived a long and remarkable life. India's prime minister xx praised prince phillip for his distinguished career in the military and for his community service.  and the canadian prime minister Justin Turodo described him as a man of great purpose and confection.


And that's the latest BBC news.

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Buckingham palace has announced that the Duke of Edinburgh has died. In a statement, the Palace said it is with deep sorrow that Her Majesty, the Queen, announces the death of her beloved husband, His Royal Highness, the Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. His Royal Highness passed away peacefully this morning at Windsor Castle. The royal family joined with people around the world in mourning his loss.

Prince Philip was 99 and the longest serving consort in British history. The Duke and Queen Elizabeth were married for more than 70 years. Prince Philip dedicated decades of his life to royal duty, serving the nation at the monarch's side. He was seen as a strong-willed and independent man. Interviewed on his 70th birthday, he had this to say.

"I've just done what I think is my best... Some people think it is all right, other people kind of think it don't. What can you do? I can't suddenly change my own way of doing things. I can't change my interest. I can't change my way which I react to things. It's part of somebody's style."

The Prince returned to Windsor Castle in mid-March after spending a month in hospital where he had an operation for a heart condition. People have been laying flowers outside the castle's gates.

Speaking from his residence in Downing Street, the British prime minister Boris johnsons said Prince Philip had earned the affection of generations around the world and that he'd inspired the lives of countless young people with his Duke of Edinburgh Award scheme.

Other world leaders have been paying tribute to the Duke. The former US President George W Bush said he had lived a long and remarkable life. India's prime minister Narendra Modi praised Prince Philip for his distinguished career in the military and for his community service. And the Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau described him as a man of great purpose and conviction.
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BBC news with Debbie Russ.

Buckingham Palace has announced that Duke of Edinburgh has died. In a statement, the Palace said it was with deep sorrow that her Majesty, the Queen, announced the death of her beloved husband, his Royal Highness, the Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. His Royal Highness passed away peacefully this morning at Windsor Castle. The Royal family joined with people around the world in mourning his loss.

Prince Philip was 99 and the longest serving cousort in British history. The Duke and Queen Eliebeth were married for more than 70 years. Prince Philip dedicated decades of his life to royal duty, serving the nation at the monarch's side. He was seen as a strong-willed and independent man. Interviewed on his 70th birthday, he had this to say. '' I've just done what I think is my best, some pople think it's all right, other people quite know they don't. What can you do? I can't suddenly change my own way of doing things. I can't change my interest. I can't change my way which I react to things. It is a part of as somebody's style.''

The Prince returned to the Windsor Castle in mid March after spending a month in hospital, where he had an operation for a heart condition. Peole have been laid followers outside the Castle's gates.  

Speaking from his residence in Downing Street, the British Prime Minster Boris Johnson said, Philip Prince had earnded the affections of generations around the world and that he'd inspired the lives of countless for young people with his Duke Edinburgth Award scheme.

Other world leaders have been paying tributes to the Duke. The former US President George W. Bush said he had lived a long and remarkable life. India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi praised Prince Philip for his distinguished career in the military and for his community service . And the Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau described him as a man of great purpose and conviction.

And that's the latest BBC news.
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BBC news with Debbie Russ.

Buckingham Palace has announced that the Duke of Edinburgh has died. In a statement, the Palace said it was with deep sorrow that her Majesty, the Queen, announced the death of her beloved husband, his Royal Highness, the Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. His Royal Highness passed away peacefully this morning at Windsor Castle. The Royal family joined with people around the world in mourning his loss.

Prince Philip was 99 and the longest serving consort in British history. The Duke and Queen Elizabeth were married for more than 70 years. Prince Philip dedicated decades of his life to royal duty, serving the nation at the monarch's side. He was seen as a strong-willed and independent man. Interviewed on his 70th birthday, he had this to say. 'I've just done what I think is my best. Some people think it's all right. Other people quite know they don't. What can you do? I can't suddenly change my own way of doing things. I can't change my interest. I can't change my way which I react to things. It is a part of as somebody's style.'

The Prince returned to the Windsor Castle in mid March after spending a month in hospital, where he had an operation for a heart condition. People have been laid followers outside the Castle's gates.  

Speaking from his residence in Downing Street, the British Prime Minster Boris Johnson said, Philip Prince had earned the affection of generations around the world and that he'd inspired the lives of countless for young people with his Duke Edinburgh Award scheme.

Other world leaders have been paying tributes to the Duke. The former U.S President George W. Bush said he had lived a long and remarkable life. India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi praised Prince Philip for his distinguished career in the military and for his community service. And the Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau described him as a man of great purpose and conviction.

And that's the latest BBC news.
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BBC News with Debbie Russ

Buckingham Palace has announced that Duke of Edinburgh has died. In a statement, the Palace said it is with deep sorrow that Her Majesty the Queen announces the death of her beloved husband, His Royal Highness, the Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. His Royal Highness passed away peacefully this morning at Winsor Castle. The Royal family joined with people around the world in mourning his loss.

Prince Philip was 99 and the longest serving consort in British history. The Duke and Queen Elizabeth were married for more than 70 years. Prince Philip dedicated decades of his life to royal duty, serving the nation at the monarch’s side. He was seen as a strong-willed and independent man. Interviewed on his 70th birthday, he had this to say:

“I’ve just done what I think is my best. Some people think it’s alright. Other people kind of think it don’t. What can you do? I can’t suddenly change my whole way of doing things. I can’t change my interest. I can’t change my way in which I react to things. It’s part of somebody’s style.”

The Prince returned to Winsor Castle in Mid-March after spending a month in hospital where he had an operation for heart condition. People have been laying followers outside the Castle’s gates.

Speaking from his residence in Downing street, the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Prince Philip had earned the affection of generations around the world, and that he’d inspired the life of countless young people with his Duke of Edinburgh Award scheme.

Other world’s leaders have been paying tributes to the Duke. The former US President George W Bush said he had lived a long and remarkable life. India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi praised Prince Philip for his distinguished career in the military and for his community service. And the Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau described him as a man of great purpose and conviction.

And that’s the latest BBC news.
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