Gun salutes planned across UK in tribute to Prince Philip @BBC News live 🔴 BBC

Gun salutes to mark the death of the Duke of Edinburgh are on account of take place later across the UK, in Gibraltar and from warships at sea.

Prince Philip, Queen Elizabeth II’s spouse of 73 years, passed away on Friday.

Aged 99, he was the longest-serving royal consort in British history.

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  1. That man was deteriorating.

  2. May he rest in peace 🇬🇧

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  4. Георгий Дёмин

    I think it says a lot when ordinary people show up to pay their respects to an official no matter what’s currently going on in the world. That is some real gratitude and respect

  5. I am very happy to see me on tv

  6. George Washington

    I’m not British but I feel so sad for the queen !!
    RIP Prince Philip 😢😭

  7. Lol is being white perhaps a requirement for being around the royal family?

  8. Although he was not titled the king… He surely was one…..

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