Prince Charles publishes photo tribute to Prince Philip, “dear daddy”

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Prince Charles has posted a montage of photos from Prince Philip’s nearly 100-year life in a moving tribute to his ‘dear daddy’.

Charles, the 72-year-old heir to the British throne, used his official Clarence House social media pages to share the tribute on Tuesday.

“My dear daddy was a very special person,” he wrote in an Instagram caption, citing his own Saturday speech praising “his late father’s most remarkable and dedicated service.”

To moving piano music, Charles’ montage began with his father and mother, Queen Elizabeth II, with him and his sister, Princess Anne, when they were both young children.

Many more of the 37 other stills used for the video show Philip enjoying tender moments with his family – often making the Queen and her children laugh with what grandson Prince William has called his “sense of love”. ‘mischievous humor’.

Others have shown Philip in more formal settings, with Clarence House noting how the late Duke of Edinburgh “was associated with 992 organizations, either as president, patron, honorary member or in some other capacity” throughout his career. life.

Princess Elizabeth with her husband Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, and their children Prince Charles and Princess Anne in August 1951

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Charles Philip Derby

Charles Philip Derby

Prince Charles with his father, Prince Philip

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Charles and Philip at the polo shirt

Charles and Philip at the polo shirt

Prince Charles speaks with Prince Philip ahead of Windsor polo match

Photothèque Tim Graham via Getty Images

Braemar Highland Gathering

Braemar Highland Gathering

Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh, Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles, The Prince of Wales and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall burst into laughter as they watch Balmoral compete in tug of war at the rally Braemar to the Princess Royal and Duke of Fife Memorial Park

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Trophies for princes

Trophies for princes

Queen Elizabeth II presents trophies to Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and Charles, Prince of Wales after polo match

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Prince Charles and The Duke of Edinburgh

Prince Charles and The Duke of Edinburgh

Prince Charles (left) talks to his father, The Duke of Edinburgh, in front of a fireplace in Sandringham, Scotland

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“This week, @TheRoyalFamily looks back on these causes that the Duke was passionate about”, could be read in the caption.

Philip, the longest-serving royal husband in British history, died at home at Windsor Castle on Friday, just two months away from his 100th birthday. His funeral is on Saturday.

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