Four months after the death of his father Prince Philip, Prince Charles paid him a beautiful tribute on Instagram this Wednesday, August 11, sharing a souvenir photo captured 70 years ago.
On April 9, Prince Philip took his last breath at the age of 99. A death that did not fail to upset the British royal family, which thus lost one of their pillars. Four months after his death, the Windsors continue their mourning by always having tender thoughts for the Duke of Edinburgh. They do not hesitate to pay tribute to him whenever the opportunity arises. This Wednesday, August 11, Prince Charles, visibly in a nostalgic mood shared on Instagram a sweet memory of his childhood with his parents, Queen Elizabeth II and his late father Prince Philip.
A beautiful black and white shot captured 70 years ago in which the Prince of Wales appears as a child, alongside his little sister Princess Anne, playing in the grass under the protective gaze of their parents. “Captured 70 years ago this month, this photo shows the Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Charles and Princess Anne enjoying a warm summer’s day in the garden of Clarence House.” A beautiful archive that did not fail to touch the Internet users: “What a beautiful family photo”, “Photo so comforting”, “Beautiful memory”, can be read in the comments.
Prince Charles: His moving tribute to Prince Philip for Father’s Day
On June 20, on the occasion of Father’s Day, Prince Charles had already warmly honored the memory of his father, by publishing another archive photo in which he appears as a child posing proudly next to his dad. An image accompanied by a beautiful and moving message to all dads: “To all dads everywhere, and to those who miss their fathers, we think of you and wish you a special Father’s Day,” he wrote for this first Father’s Day without Prince Philip.