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« Reply #405 on: April 21, 2021, 09:15:37 PM »

Henry VIII was known as Hal.

Yep! I love the nickname Hal from Henry.
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« Reply #406 on: April 21, 2021, 09:28:28 PM »

I love that the New Zealanders had an official funeral or service of remembrance for Philip. The Kiwis are a lovely people it seems in many ways and this is especially nice considering they may mostly have a republican heart as a nation but they understand send offs and the importance of remembering certain people. I certainly hope the queen is heartened by all of these reports of remembrance the tweet or meme that was put out on social media certainly indicates it.
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« Reply #407 on: April 21, 2021, 10:52:57 PM »

Queen Elizabeth II's uncle, Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester was sometimes called Harry.
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« Reply #408 on: April 25, 2021, 10:39:32 AM »

Hi all, I'm a new poster and a bit late with this post, but on the day of the funeral, there was a one hour Seraphim Toll ringing at the Riddarholmen Church in Stockholm for Prince Philip. He received the order, which is the highest one in Sweden, in 1954. There was also a short video clip on TV from the ceremony but don't think the link will work outside the country. Google translate below.

As a rookie, I'm not sure if I manage to post the pictures properly, but they are all here: https://www.kungahuset.se...4ca01784aaa522d17c20.html

// Seraphim ring for the Duke of Edinburgh
The Duke of Edinburgh's seraphim shield placed in the choir of Riddarholm Church on Saturday.

On Saturday, April 17, a seraphim ringing took place in the Knight's Church for His Royal Highness Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, who was a Knight of the King. The Order of Seraphim and died on April 9, 2021.

H.M. The king had decided that flagging would take place on a half pole at Kungl. The castle during the funeral day.

Prior to the funeral in Windsor, the Royal Family had sent wreaths as a final greeting. H.M. Before the day of the funeral, the king had also decided that King. The castle would flag at half mast on Saturday.

Seraphimer ring
The Duke of Edinburgh was knighted by the King. The Order of Seraphim by King Gustaf VI Adolf on June 23, 1954. The Prince was the 725th Knight of the Order since its inception in 1748.

The seraphim ringing was traditionally performed on the same day as the knight's funeral and lasted for one hour.
The Vice-Chancellor held a parentage over the deceased Seraphim Knight.

Shield placed in the church
During the seraphim ring, the Duke of Edinburgh was placed by the seraphim shield in the choir of Vice Chancellor Per Sandin of Royal. Maj: ts Orden.

As of today, the shield in Riddarholmskyrkan now hangs together with the shields of other deceased knights and members.

Due to the ongoing pandemic, the church did not open to the public due to the seraphim ring.

Prince Philip was the 683rd Knight of the King. The Order of Seraphim since its inception in 1748.

The Duke of Edinburgh
The Duke of Edinburgh was the nephew of Queen Louise (1889–1965). The prince visited Sweden several times, including state visits in 1956 and 1983 together with Queen Elisabeth.

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During the British state visit to Sweden in 1956, the guests arrived by sea. When HMY Britannia anchored up on Strömmen, the Vasa Order went up to the fall rope and then rowed Queen Elisabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh to the Logårdstrappan below Kungl. The castle, where King Gustaf VI Adolf and Queen Louise waited.

Queen Louise with her nephew Prince Philip at the Royal. The castle's outer courtyard.

Family photography in Kungl. The castle's large guest apartment June 8, 1956. From left: King Gustaf VI Adolf, Princess Margaretha, Queen Elisabeth, Prince Wilhelm, Queen Louise, Lord Mountbatten of Burma, Crown Prince Carl (XVI) Gustaf, Prince Philip, Prince Bertil, Princess Christina, Princess Sibylla , Princess Birgitta and Princess Désirée.

Family photography in Kungl. The castle's large guest apartment June 8, 1956. From left: King Gustaf VI Adolf, Princess Margaretha, Queen Elisabeth, Prince Wilhelm, Queen Louise, Lord Mountbatten of Burma, Crown Prince Carl (XVI) Gustaf, Prince Philip, Prince Bertil, Princess Christina, Princess Sibylla , Princess Birgitta and Princess Désirée. Photo from the Bernadotte Library's image archive

Family photography in Kungl. The castle's large guest apartment 25 May 1983. From left: The King, Queen Elisabeth, the Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh and the Duchess and Duke of Halland.

The royal couple as guests of Queen Elisabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh at HMY Britannia in Stockholm in 1983.


















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« Reply #409 on: April 25, 2021, 10:52:17 AM »

Splendid pictures !

Reading Vickers book about Princess Alice there were  times when Queen Louise, her sister,  would send money from Mountbatten (well probably Edwina really) to Alice in wartime - managing to get it to her somehow as Sweden was neutral. Alice just gave it away, driving her siblings spare.
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« Reply #410 on: April 25, 2021, 11:10:29 AM »

Märta thank you so much for posting this moving account!
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« Reply #411 on: April 25, 2021, 11:22:42 AM »

Splendid pictures !

Reading Vickers book about Princess Alice there were  times when Queen Louise, her sister,  would send money from Mountbatten (well probably Edwina really) to Alice in wartime - managing to get it to her somehow as Sweden was neutral. Alice just gave it away, driving her siblings spare.


That's very interesting, thanks, I didn't know that.

I was always under the impression that CG of Sweden and Prince Charles weren't particularly close at all, despite being the same age. However, it seems there were other close bonds between the families that might have been stronger. Maybe PP and CG shared some common interests such as their commitment to the scout organisation etc.
After Philips death the other week, there has been quite a few stories on Instagram posting lovely throwbacks, and in an additional comment, besides the official condolences, the King stated via the head of comms at the Swedish royal palace: "The king is sorry that he did not get the chance to meet Prince Philip one last time. The pandemic meant that it was not possible".

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« Reply #412 on: April 25, 2021, 12:37:05 PM »

Hi all, I'm a new poster and a bit late with this post, but on the day of the funeral, there was a one hour Seraphim Toll ringing at the Riddarholmen Church in Stockholm for Prince Philip. He received the order, which is the highest one in Sweden, in 1954. There was also a short video clip on TV from the ceremony but don't think the link will work outside the country. Google translate below.

As a rookie, I'm not sure if I manage to post the pictures properly, but they are all here: https://www.kungahuset.se...4ca01784aaa522d17c20.html

// Seraphim ring for the Duke of Edinburgh
The Duke of Edinburgh's seraphim shield placed in the choir of Riddarholm Church on Saturday.

On Saturday, April 17, a seraphim ringing took place in the Knight's Church for His Royal Highness Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, who was a Knight of the King. The Order of Seraphim and died on April 9, 2021.

H.M. The king had decided that flagging would take place on a half pole at Kungl. The castle during the funeral day.

Prior to the funeral in Windsor, the Royal Family had sent wreaths as a final greeting. H.M. Before the day of the funeral, the king had also decided that King. The castle would flag at half mast on Saturday.

Seraphimer ring
The Duke of Edinburgh was knighted by the King. The Order of Seraphim by King Gustaf VI Adolf on June 23, 1954. The Prince was the 725th Knight of the Order since its inception in 1748.

The seraphim ringing was traditionally performed on the same day as the knight's funeral and lasted for one hour.
The Vice-Chancellor held a parentage over the deceased Seraphim Knight.

Shield placed in the church
During the seraphim ring, the Duke of Edinburgh was placed by the seraphim shield in the choir of Vice Chancellor Per Sandin of Royal. Maj: ts Orden.

As of today, the shield in Riddarholmskyrkan now hangs together with the shields of other deceased knights and members.

Due to the ongoing pandemic, the church did not open to the public due to the seraphim ring.

Prince Philip was the 683rd Knight of the King. The Order of Seraphim since its inception in 1748.

The Duke of Edinburgh
The Duke of Edinburgh was the nephew of Queen Louise (1889–1965). The prince visited Sweden several times, including state visits in 1956 and 1983 together with Queen Elisabeth.

Photo captions:
During the British state visit to Sweden in 1956, the guests arrived by sea. When HMY Britannia anchored up on Strömmen, the Vasa Order went up to the fall rope and then rowed Queen Elisabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh to the Logårdstrappan below Kungl. The castle, where King Gustaf VI Adolf and Queen Louise waited.

Queen Louise with her nephew Prince Philip at the Royal. The castle's outer courtyard.

Family photography in Kungl. The castle's large guest apartment June 8, 1956. From left: King Gustaf VI Adolf, Princess Margaretha, Queen Elisabeth, Prince Wilhelm, Queen Louise, Lord Mountbatten of Burma, Crown Prince Carl (XVI) Gustaf, Prince Philip, Prince Bertil, Princess Christina, Princess Sibylla , Princess Birgitta and Princess Désirée.

Family photography in Kungl. The castle's large guest apartment June 8, 1956. From left: King Gustaf VI Adolf, Princess Margaretha, Queen Elisabeth, Prince Wilhelm, Queen Louise, Lord Mountbatten of Burma, Crown Prince Carl (XVI) Gustaf, Prince Philip, Prince Bertil, Princess Christina, Princess Sibylla , Princess Birgitta and Princess Désirée. Photo from the Bernadotte Library's image archive

Family photography in Kungl. The castle's large guest apartment 25 May 1983. From left: The King, Queen Elisabeth, the Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh and the Duchess and Duke of Halland.

The royal couple as guests of Queen Elisabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh at HMY Britannia in Stockholm in 1983.




















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« Reply #413 on: April 25, 2021, 02:44:44 PM »

Hi all, I'm a new poster and a bit late with this post, but on the day of the funeral, there was a one hour Seraphim Toll ringing at the Riddarholmen Church in Stockholm for Prince Philip. He received the order, which is the highest one in Sweden, in 1954. There was also a short video clip on TV from the ceremony but don't think the link will work outside the country. Google translate below.

As a rookie, I'm not sure if I manage to post the pictures properly, but they are all here: https://www.kungahuset.se...4ca01784aaa522d17c20.html

// Seraphim ring for the Duke of Edinburgh
The Duke of Edinburgh's seraphim shield placed in the choir of Riddarholm Church on Saturday.

On Saturday, April 17, a seraphim ringing took place in the Knight's Church for His Royal Highness Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, who was a Knight of the King. The Order of Seraphim and died on April 9, 2021.

H.M. The king had decided that flagging would take place on a half pole at Kungl. The castle during the funeral day.

Prior to the funeral in Windsor, the Royal Family had sent wreaths as a final greeting. H.M. Before the day of the funeral, the king had also decided that King. The castle would flag at half mast on Saturday.

Seraphimer ring
The Duke of Edinburgh was knighted by the King. The Order of Seraphim by King Gustaf VI Adolf on June 23, 1954. The Prince was the 725th Knight of the Order since its inception in 1748.

The seraphim ringing was traditionally performed on the same day as the knight's funeral and lasted for one hour.
The Vice-Chancellor held a parentage over the deceased Seraphim Knight.

Shield placed in the church
During the seraphim ring, the Duke of Edinburgh was placed by the seraphim shield in the choir of Vice Chancellor Per Sandin of Royal. Maj: ts Orden.

As of today, the shield in Riddarholmskyrkan now hangs together with the shields of other deceased knights and members.

Due to the ongoing pandemic, the church did not open to the public due to the seraphim ring.

Prince Philip was the 683rd Knight of the King. The Order of Seraphim since its inception in 1748.

The Duke of Edinburgh
The Duke of Edinburgh was the nephew of Queen Louise (1889–1965). The prince visited Sweden several times, including state visits in 1956 and 1983 together with Queen Elisabeth.

Photo captions:
During the British state visit to Sweden in 1956, the guests arrived by sea. When HMY Britannia anchored up on Strömmen, the Vasa Order went up to the fall rope and then rowed Queen Elisabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh to the Logårdstrappan below Kungl. The castle, where King Gustaf VI Adolf and Queen Louise waited.

Queen Louise with her nephew Prince Philip at the Royal. The castle's outer courtyard.

Family photography in Kungl. The castle's large guest apartment June 8, 1956. From left: King Gustaf VI Adolf, Princess Margaretha, Queen Elisabeth, Prince Wilhelm, Queen Louise, Lord Mountbatten of Burma, Crown Prince Carl (XVI) Gustaf, Prince Philip, Prince Bertil, Princess Christina, Princess Sibylla , Princess Birgitta and Princess Désirée.

Family photography in Kungl. The castle's large guest apartment June 8, 1956. From left: King Gustaf VI Adolf, Princess Margaretha, Queen Elisabeth, Prince Wilhelm, Queen Louise, Lord Mountbatten of Burma, Crown Prince Carl (XVI) Gustaf, Prince Philip, Prince Bertil, Princess Christina, Princess Sibylla , Princess Birgitta and Princess Désirée. Photo from the Bernadotte Library's image archive

Family photography in Kungl. The castle's large guest apartment 25 May 1983. From left: The King, Queen Elisabeth, the Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh and the Duchess and Duke of Halland.

The royal couple as guests of Queen Elisabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh at HMY Britannia in Stockholm in 1983.




















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« Reply #414 on: April 25, 2021, 04:25:14 PM »

Thanks for sharing!
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« Reply #415 on: April 25, 2021, 04:36:37 PM »

Thank you for the lovely pictures - particularly this one - QE looks so relaxed and happy - presume this is young CG at the front?

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« Reply #416 on: April 25, 2021, 04:42:14 PM »

Thank you for the lovely pictures - particularly this one - QE looks so relaxed and happy - presume this is young CG at the front?



That’s what I thought too LB! He even looks grumpy. 

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« Reply #417 on: April 25, 2021, 07:37:54 PM »

Thank you, and welcome Marta!  Fascinating post and great to learn more and see more wonderful pictures!  Champagne
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« Reply #418 on: April 25, 2021, 08:32:09 PM »

Thanks everyone, happy to be here <3  Champagne
And sorry for the badly google translated text in the first post. I did a screen recording of the short video from the church ceremony
in Riddarholmskyrkan, but I guess it's not possible to upload if you don't have an FTP server, right?

I agree, the big "family photo" is great. CG 10 years old and Queen Elizabeth 30. No excuse for CG looking grumpy nowadays, but in that photo it looks like his mapped out future is slowly sinking in just as the photo is being taken.

Was a bit surprised that Lord Mountbatten was there for the state visit, but very nice that he was. Swedish Prince Vilhelm unfortunately misplaced in front of that candle holder, I thought it was deer antlers on his head at first  

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« Reply #419 on: April 25, 2021, 08:47:11 PM »

Thank you for all of these pictures, Marta!
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