Britain mourns the death of Prince Phillips
British newspapers are now expressing their sadness at the news.
Saturday First Pages Here.
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, has died at the age of 99. He fell asleep Friday morning at Windsor Castle.
The first pages of Britain’s mourning and British newspapers are now filled with tributes.
The front page of The Evening Standard in the London newspaper is filled with a picture of Prince Philip with the text “A Life in Service”.
Hello filmed around the world
At 12 British time (13 Swedish time), 41 salute shots will be fired, one shot per minute at 40 minutes. It happens not only in London, but also in the British Commonwealth: Edinburgh, Cardiff, Belfast, Gibraltar and Sydney in Australia.
Two ships from the British Navy will open fire in memory of Prince Philip, who served in the Navy during World War II.
Salutations will be televised around the world. People are asked not to go outside to see them due to infection.
You can follow the salute shots that live on UptonPlate.
“My strength … my grief,” writes the Daily Record.
Prince Philip went to school in Scotland. Here he pays homage to the Scottish newspaper Aberdeen and the press: “Farewell to the Royal Hill”.
The Guardian keeps the message concise and concise.
Daily Star: “Her Rock”.
“After a lifetime of loyalty to his wife, our queen and nation … we mourn today his royal majesty for the loss of an extraordinary husband,” the Daily Express wrote on its front page.
Sun: “We all cry with you, madam”.
Daily Mirror: “Goodbye, my dear”.
Last page of the Daily Telegraph.
Daily Mail: “Goodbye, my love”.
Evening Standard: “Service Life”.
Even abroad, the news of the prince’s death makes the headlines. Here in the French release: “Philip of Edinburgh, his last chord”.