Princess Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank were first seen after Philip’s funeral.
The pair was depicted driving out of Windsor Castle the day after the emotional service.
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The royal family will continue to mourn this week following Prince Edinburgh’s funeral, although the period of national memorial service has ended.
Approximately 70 years after head of state, the Queen will reign on her side without a husband, as she sat alone during a funeral that gave birth to Philip’s touch and celebrated his life and heritage.
The ceremony on Saturday at the St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle reflects lifelong support for Philip’s army, which has had a close relationship with the Navy for over 80 years.
His casket was covered by his personal standards and featured a fleet admiral’s hat and sword next to a wreath of white flowers chosen by the Queen on a handwritten card from his 73-year-old wife.
It was after posting two inspiring photos to commemorate her “beloved grandfather” Prince Phillip when the princess vowed to take care of her “grandma”.
The· Royal She shared an inspirational image on her Instagram today in honor of the Duke of Edinburgh’s service for over 70 years.
EugenieNamed her first child August Philip Hawk Brooksbank with a touching nod to her grandpa, said, “We all miss you.”
She added: “I remember learning how to cook, paint, and read. I remember laughing at your jokes and asking about the wonderful life and service of the Navy.
“I remember burning the sausages, and you plummeted to save the day.
Princess Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank of “Peacemaker” were first seen after Philip’s funeral
SourcePrincess Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank of “Peacemaker” were first seen after Philip’s funeral