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Virkku 99-vuotias: Tuore kuva syntymäpäiväsankari prinssi Philipistä julki

Korkeaan ikään ehtinyt prinssi Philip poseeraa kuningatar Elisabetin kanssa Windsorissa. Prinssi Philip täyttää tänään keskiviikkona kunnioitettavat 99 vuotta. Juhlapäivän kunniaksi brittihovi on julkaissut tuoreen potretin prinssistä, Edingburhin herttuasta, sekä tämän puolisosta, kuningatar Elisabetista, 94.
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