Buckingham Palace announced that Prince Philip died “peacefully” at the age of 99 last month. His death certificate revealed that the Duke of Edinburgh died of old age. Official notice of his death was revealed, stating that the cause of death was “old age.”
The report indicated that there was no disease or other identifiable injury that contributed to the death, including a heart condition that forced him to undergo surgery only weeks before his death, according to the Daily Telegraph, which obtained the certificate.
The death of the Duke was recorded in Royal Borough of Windsor And Maidenhead By his private secretary, Brigadier General Archie Miller Bakewell, on April 13, four days after his death.
He lists the Duke’s full name as: “His Royal Highness Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh formerly known as Prince Philipus,” and the testimony lists his profession as a “naval officer”, a successful career he was deeply proud of, and “Prince of the United Kingdom”.
Queen Elizabeth, the 95-year-old Queen of Britain is seen jubilantly checking Prince Philip’s horses and carriages in the yard of Windsor Castle alongside her staff this morning, days after she returned to work after her husband’s funeral.
Queen Elizabeth inspects the horses
The Queen, who had been a horse lover and breeder of thoroughbred racehorses throughout her reign, wore a raincoat for the occasion.
The apparition comes days after her first public participation since the funeral of her husband, Prince Philip.
The queen appeared in high spirits despite the rain
Earlier today, the 95-year-old Queen was spotted behind the wheel while she was heading out into the grounds in Windsor to inspect the animals.
Despite the downpour, the queen walked through the grass to inspect the horses along with her crew members, and the queen’s sober spirit shone as she spoke to the staff and studied the chariots of her late husband.
The Queen has not been photographed riding in public since December last year, although there are reports that she has been making day trips throughout the year.
The Queen inspects her husband’s horses, Prince Philip
According to the British newspaper “Daily Mail”, the Queen’s favorite ride is a black pony called CarltonLima Emma, and the routine gives the Queen a sense of freedom and normality.
And earlier this month it confirmed that Prince Philip’s ponies and polished dark green carriage would be transferred to his 17-year-old granddaughter, Lady Louise.