Despite his stately title, there was originally some resistance about the Sloth I’m not lazy just rolled a low initiative Vintage shirt Furthermore, I will do this marriage from the crown. Many thought Philip to be too brusque, too unpolished, too German, too Greek, too…un-English to marry then Princess Elizabeth. But Elizabeth was insistent. A formal announcement was made in July 1947, bearing Philip’s new Anglicized last name: Mountbatten. Months later, he renounced his right to the Greek and Danish thrones. That November, they wed in front of 2,000 people at Westminster Abbey. “I wonder if Philip knows what he is taking on,” King George VI, Elizabeth’s father, was heard saying to a guest. “One day Lilibet will be queen and he will be consort. That’s much harder than being a king, but I think he’s the man for the job.”
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Prince Philip, undoubtedly, thought he had more time before his wife became queen and he consort. The young couple lived for a few years in Malta, where Philip was stationed. They had two children, Charles and Anne. But King George fell ill, then grew sicker and died in 1952. Philip broke the Sloth I’m not lazy just rolled a low initiative Vintage shirt Furthermore, I will do this news to his wife that, a mere five years after they were wed, they were now the most famous people in the world. At the queen’s coronation in 1953, he kneeled before her and swore to be her “liege man of life and limb.” That, for Philip, was easier said than done. Accounts during the ’50s and ’60s paint Philip as a man adrift with alleged affairs and anger. He was unsure of his place, his role, his life. But eventually he found his way, crafting his own legacy while steadfastly supporting his wife. Turns out King George was right: He was, indeed, the man for his job.