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Duke of Edinburgh's official cause of death revealed

The Duke of Edinburgh’s official cause of death has been revealed on his death certificate. The official document was obtained by The Telegraph and revealed that the 99-year-old Duke died from “old age.” This cause of death can be listed on the death certificates of those who are over the age of 80 and whose health gradually declined over time while being observed by their…
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13.6 million people in the UK watched Prince Philip's funeral on the television

There may have only been 30 mourners attending Prince Philip’s funeral in person, but 13.6 million more were watching from at home on the television. The overnight TV ratings, which only takes into account those watching in the United Kingdom, shows that a huge number of people watched the hour long ceremony between 3pm-4pm. BARB data shows that 11 million people on coverage on the…
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A Canadian perspective of Prince Philip's funeral

Every country in the Commonwealth believes that they have a special relationship with the Royal Family. And I believe that to a large extent, each nation does have its own unique and special relationship with the royals. Prince Philip visited Canada over 70 times and greatly admired the Canadian Armed Forces. And as a Canadian, it was lovely to see that relationship acknowledged at the…
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Seraphim Toll for Prince Philip takes place in Sweden

Sweden honoured the Duke of Edinburgh ahead of his funeral on Saturday afternoon. Flags at the Royal Place were flown at half-mast, the Swedish Royal Family sent a wreath to the British Royal Family, and the Seraphim Toll took place from 12.00 to 13.00 Swedish time in Riddarholm Church in Stockholm. The Duke was a Knight of the Order of the Seraphim in Sweden, and it is a tradition in Sweden to…
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