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Following the death of Philip Philip on Friday morning, President Joe Biden was among the world leaders who paid tribute to Britain’s Prince Philip II, the wife of Queen Elizabeth II.
In a statement, Biden conveyed his “deepest condolences” to the royal family and acknowledged the life of Duke of Edinburgh, which lasted only a century.
“In his 99 years of life, the world has changed dramatically and over and over again,” says Joe and Jill Biden. During his service during World War II, during his 73 years with the Queen, and throughout his life in public – Prince Philip happily gave himself to the British people, the Commonwealth and his family.
Former United States Presidents Barack Obama and Donald Trump have also paid tribute to Prince Philip.
In a statement, Trump praised the prince for his “unique example of service, integrity and patriotism,” and acknowledged his military service as part of the Royal Navy.
“Over the past few years, Melania and I have been honored to have the opportunity to visit England. We have seen firsthand how the monarchy describes and bears the virtues of the British people – and no one has done more than Prince Philip, ”Trump said.
The Obama administration has chosen to commemorate Prince Philip Philip, who is “kind and warm, serious and inexhaustible.”
Their joint statement He recalls his first memorial service in 2009 with the royal couple.
“Two Americans are accustomed to palaces and majesty, and we do not know what awaits us. We did not have to worry. The Queen and Prince Philip immediately, with their grace and generosity, calmed us down and made ceremonies more natural and even more comfortable. ”
Obama “showed the world what it means to be a supporter of a powerful woman” by “following the Queen’s side or following two steps back.”
Former United States President George W. Bush and his wife, Laura, have issued a statement expressing their “deep sorrow” over the death of Prince Philip Sny.
“Laura and I are fascinated by the charm and ingenuity of the company, and we know how much he misses it,” Bush said. We extend our heartfelt condolences to His Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the entire royal family.
In the UK, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson appeared on the front steps of 10 Downing Street to honor the country’s address.
“As a professional chariot driver,” Johnson said, “he helped lead the royal family and the royal family into an unimaginable institution for balance and happiness in our national life.”
The Prime Minister called on the United Kingdom to extend its best wishes and support to the royal family, who have lost a “good husband and a proud and loving father, grandfather and great-grandfather in recent years.”
Former British Prime Ministers Theresa May and David Cameron were among the mourners.
Cameron described the death of the 99-year-old as “extraordinary thanksgiving” to the Queen and his country during his service.
Around the world, other leaders paid tribute to Prince Philip, including the Queen, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
“A family has lost a beloved husband, a father, a grandparent, and a great-great-grandfather,” Trudeau said in a statement. As they mourned the loss, Canadians shared their thoughts with Queen Elizabeth II and members of the royal family.
Prince Phil Philip has helped more than 40 organizations in Canada, including the Canadian Institute of Aeronautics and Space and the Foreign Border Trust.
During his last visit to the country in 2013, the service received the first special order from the Governor-General of Canada.
A.D. Born in 1921, Duke is remembered throughout Europe by other royal families.
Denmark’s Queen Margaret II posted a picture of Prince Philip on Instagram, accompanied by a statement saying she had sent personal condolences to her British counterpart.
He was the ninth grandson of King Christian of Denmark, until the death of Prince Philip Philip between 1863 and 1906.
King Harald V of Norway on Friday called for a flag to be flown at half-mast on the porch of the palace. The news of Philip Philip’s death was received with great sadness by the Norwegian emperor.
In a statement issued by King Carl XVI Gustaf in Sweden, he and Queen Sylvia stated in a statement that they were “deeply saddened.”
“Prince Philip has been a great friend of our family for many years, a relationship that we have deeply cherished,” said the Swedish monarch. His service to his country will continue to inspire us all.
The Royal Family of the Netherlands: King Willem-Alexander, Queen Maxima, and Princess Beatrice – published a condolence message to Prince Philip:
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Bhutan Prime Minister Lotto Her Ring
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan
Greek President Catherine Sakelapopolulu
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi
Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury and Archbishop of the Church of England