The homemade gift was created by Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis and is emblazoned with 73.
Despite living a year crossed by the pandemic caused by the coronavirus, Queen Elizabeth II and her husband, Prince Philip, have a reason to celebrate. According to People, she donned the Chrysanthemum Brooch, which she wore on her honeymoon as well as in official images from her and Philip's 60th anniversary.
On their golden wedding anniversary, she paid very personal tribute to Prince Philip in a speech at the Guildhall in London, in which she said: "He is someone who doesn't take easily to compliments, but he has, quite simply, been my strength and stay all these years".
Then, the Buckingham Palace account shared another image of the first days of marriage between the royal couple. The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh marked their 73rd wedding anniversary by releasing a photograph that shows them opening the colourful card. Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis are the children of Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, and great-grandchildren to Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip. The Queen was 21 at the time, and their relationship has lasted the longest of any British sovereign. To mark the occasion, the palace released a new picture of them taken in the Oak Room at Windsor Castle. The royal couple had spent their honeymoon at Broadlands in Hampshire.
The royal toddlers have not been able to see their great-grandparents for several weeks but they made sure their love reached Windsor Castle, where the Queen and Philip are now in residence together. Their great grandchildren, meanwhile, are isolating at Anmer Hall in Norfolk with their parents.