Queen pays touching tribute to last husband Prince Philip on royal outing

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Queen Elizabeth has been seen paying tribute to her late husband Prince Philip as she stepped out for a Royal visit on Saturday 22 May.

The 95 year old monarch wore a broach gutted to her by Prince Philip, who died age 99 in April, as she visited the Royal Navy flagship, which was docked in Portsmouth.

She was welcomed aboard the Royal Navy flagship, HMS Queen Elizabeth, ahead of its deployment to the Indo-Pacific region.

The Queen dressed in a long red coat, with black buttons and a black collar. On the left of her chest her scarab broach was pinned to her jacket.


The broach was a personal gift from her husband in 1966, and she was fist seen wearing it during an appearance at Bournemouth Town Hall with her husband.

Queen Elizabeth was seen chatting with naval officers during the outing, putting on a brave face amid Prince Harry’s latest bombshell claims.

Prince Philip served in the Navy during the Second World War. The visit id the Queen’s first public engagement since she attended the state opening of Parliament earlier this month.

She was supported by her son Prince Charles, who is said to be “deeply hurt” by Harry’s latest comments.

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