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19 Apr
An almost 90-year-old car that once belonged to Britain's late Prince Philip is now the centrepiece of a seaside museum in Sri Lanka. "We've tried to preserve it as best we can", says the current owner of the car, a 1935 Austin Standard 9.
18 Apr
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16 Apr
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12 Apr
Prince Harry is believed to have arrived back on British soil at the weekend ahead of Prince Philip's funeral.
12 Apr
Tribute messages from around the world land for Prince Philip the Duke of Edinburgh, the longest serving royal consort in British history, who died aged 99.
9 Apr
The Royal Editor of London's Evening Standard newspaper says that the late Prince Philip was a 'stable rock' for the Queen who found himself a role running family affairs after having to leave a promising career in the Royal Navy. Prince Philip has died at age 99, Buckingham Palace announced.
9 Apr
Royal expert Phil Dampier says that the late Prince Philip made it his life's work to look after and support his wife Queen Elizabeth II. The Duke of Edinburgh has died at the age of 99. He had recently been hospitalised and underwent a successful heart procedure.

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