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From Travelling in an Orange Box to being a God in Vanuatu - Curious Facts About HRH Prince Philip

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A Legend is Gone

On April 9th, just two months before turning 100, HRH Prince Philip quietly passed away in his home. The world lost a truly fascinating person. His difficult childhood and his career in the Royal Navy made him a tough, some may even say "rude", but in the same time naturally close to the ground person. And while we all know he is the longest-serving Prince Consort of the United Kingdom, there are many curious things about his life, that remain kind of in the background and that we would like to share with you now.

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