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Prince Philip’s heartbreaking confession about his age – ‘can’t imagine anything worse’

The Duke of Edinburgh praised his birthday on Monday and is two years into his retirement from illustrious obligations. As uncovered by Gyles Brandreth in an article for The Daily Telegraph, Philip once talked sincerely on his age following the Queen Mother’s century in 2000. Met by Mr Brandreth, the Duke uncovered that he couldn’t consider anything more regrettable than achieving his 100th year.

Talking at the century occasion, Philip talked that he had “no longing at all” to live to 100.

Facetiously he included: “I can’t envision anything more regrettable.

“Bits of me are tumbling off as of now.”

Albeit two years into his retirement, Philip has been a standout amongst the most dynamic individuals from the Royal Family in the course of the most recent couple of years.

Prior in the year, be that as it may, Philip caused debate after he was engaged with an auto accident while driving close to the Queen’s Sandringham home.

Driving his Land Rover, the Duke crashed into a vehicle conveying two travelers and a youngster.

Luckily, none of the travelers got genuine wounds despite the fact that, Emma Fairweather, 46, broke her wrist in the accident.

Following the accident, the Duke intentionally gave up his driving permit and has since partitioned his time between Wood Farm on the Sandringham Estate and Windsor Castle.

There have been reports that the Queen and Philip have settled in another lifestyle and invest more energy separated since the Duke resigned from open life.

Talking on the issue, an imperial source told the Daily Mail: “The Queen feels the Duke has earned a legitimate retirement.

“She realizes him excessively well, on the off chance that he was still at the focal point of illustrious life he’d feel he must be included.

“Being at Wood Farm implies that he’s not excessively far away, however far enough to have the option to unwind.”

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