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The Queen and Prince Philip have been married for over 70 years, and it’s clear the pair have been besotted with one another.
Her Majesty left a personal notice on her husband’s casket signed along with her nickname, Lilibet, which is by the way the title of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s new child daughter.
On their marriage ceremony day, Philip even offered the Queen with some considerate items. First off, there was in fact her engagement ring.
The consort designed it himself, utilizing diamonds with a particular historical past, as they got here from a tiara belonging to his personal mom.
However what few individuals are conscious of is that he additionally had a particular message engraved in Queen Elizabeth’s marriage ceremony ring, which was comprised of a nugget of Welsh gold, like all marriage ceremony rings within the royal household.
Sadly (although oh-so-romantic) solely three individuals are mentioned to know what the message really says: the couple and the engraver.
Ingrid Seward, creator of a biography of Prince Philip, reveals: ‘She by no means takes it off and contained in the ring is an inscription. Nobody is aware of what it says, aside from the engraver, the Queen and her husband.’
We’d prefer to assume it included her nickname, Lilibet, or his lesser recognized pet title for her, ‘cabbage’.