Queen Elizabeth feels ‘overwhelmed’ by the affection and support she’s received since Prince Philip’s death

The couple tied their knots 73 years ago. The Prince served the royal consort in British history for the longest time ever.

The people outpoured their affection and care for Queen Elizabeth II after Prince Philip passed away and she has been “overwhelmed” by all this.

The couple tied their knots 73 years ago. The Prince served the royal consort in British history for the longest time ever.

On Thursday, a source told Us Weekly, “Elizabeth has found it cathartic to soak up all the well-wishes and tributes to the man she loved unconditionally for countless decades. Seeing how many lives he touched has been nothing short of extraordinary.”

Buckingham Palace confirmed on Friday, April 9, that Prince Philip left for the heavenly abode at Windsor Castle. This happened after he underwent heart surgery in March.

“It is with deep sorrow that Her Majesty The Queen has announced the death of her beloved husband, His Royal Highness Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. His Royal Highness passed away peacefully this morning at Windsor Castle,” the statement read.

His funeral was organized on April 17, Saturday at Windsor Castle. The number of attendees was limited to 30 because of COVID-19 restrictions.