Will it take 90 years to read the Last Will and Testament of Prince Philip?
Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, was the husband of Queen Elizabeth 2. He passed away in 2021. He was educated in both Germany and England. Like others of royal standing, he was blessed with the privileges of the best education as possible. He married Queen Elizabeth in 1947.
He’s had a distinguished career and enjoyed a long life, dying at the age of 90 in April of 2021.
What’s in his Will? Are you curious to find out? You may have a long..90 years to wait.
The mainstream media in the U.K. has engaged in a legal battle to seal Prince Philip’s Last Will and Testament. The Guardian, a major British publication, filed a lawsuit against Queen Elizabeth 2’s attorney general. The publication was trying to argue that arguing that the decision to ban the press violates the “principle of transparent justice.” In September of 2021, the British High Court ruled the Will of Prince Philip should not be “accessible to the public for 90 years.” Typically, f a person dies in England, his/her Will is automatically made public. This is done to ensure that the Will is properly executed. The Royal family is exempt from this.
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