The royal couple; Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip have spent most of their adult lives together, shared happiness in every public appearance, and now will mark seven decades of marriage this month.
The pair were the two young people dived in love and shared joy and contentment in every step of their life. Today, on their seven decades marriage anniversary, we have several pictures of young Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip. See more:
Nearly 70 years ago from today, Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip tied the knot in 1947. The couple is a picture of happiness and cheerfulness who were two young people driving into the world of marriage.
Young Princess Elizabeth II looks happy and delighted when she left Buckingham Palace for her honeymoon with Prince Philip.
Lady Pamela Hicks; daughter of Earl Mountbatten and cousin of Philip, who was one of only two surviving bridesmaids, recalls that the couple was surrounded by secret, but much loved guest.
Lady Pamela recalled the moment and revealed that Princess Elizabeth II was happy to find out her favorite corgi, Susan was hidden under a rug in her carriage so that she could join them for their honeymoon at Broadlands.
She explained that Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip's wedding was just like a fairytale and full of excitement. She said:
Crown Princess Juliana of the Netherlands caused a stir by remarking that everyone’s jewelry was so dirty,
During their wedding ceremony, when bride's veil was being fitted, the tiara broke. When Queen Elizabeth II was about to leave, her bouquet was lost. Lady Pamela kept on sharing the moment:
Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip could not have been a more glamorous, stunning couple on their wedding day,
Prince Philip's another cousin, David Milford Haven served as their best man. Lady Pamela expressed:
We followed the newly married couple through the ecstatic crowds back to the palace, closely followed by [Elizabeth’s father] the King and [her grandmother] Queen Mary and most of the royalty of Europe.
Lady Pamela shared that after the photo session, she along with bridesmaid joined the bride and groom to the balcony. Everytime the newly married couple waved at the crowd, the cheering volume increased, and the crowd sang All The Nice Girls Love A Sailor.
Lady Pamela expressed her joy to attend Prince Philip and Queen Elizabeth's wedding ceremony and claimed the day as her memorable day of her life.
Though it's been almost seven decades that Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip tied the knot, the media has only a handful occasion of intimate moments of them.
Back in 1991, Prince Philip kissed his wife during New Year Celebrations on the cheek at the Millennium Dome.
Prince Philip and Queen Elizabeth II share a kiss Source: Express
In 1982, the couple shared a cozy moment before Queen Elizabeth II boarded a plane from Ottawa for London. The sweet moment of the couple captured was when Prince Philip kissed young Queen Elizabeth II in 1953 during her coronation. Have a look:
Congratulations to Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip for their seven decades-long married life!