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The Queen's sentimental tribute to Philip at private home

As the Queen's country home Sandringham House prepares to open its doors to visitors, its sentimental tribute to her late husband Philip has been revealed.

Her Majesty and therefore the Duke of Edinburgh spent many Christmas holidays at the royal residence in Norfolk, with only the COVID-19 pandemic altering their plans in 2020.

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While parts of the monarch's private home are hospitable the general public , other sections remain just for royal eyes.

Sandringham's official Instagram account shared a photograph inside and wrote: "The Ballroom Corridor houses a set of sculptures and paintings depicting interests of the Royal Family; sport, horses and therefore the sea."

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While horses are undoubtedly one among the Queen's passions, the ocean is probably going pertaining to Prince Philip's interests.

A professional military officer from the age of 18, Philip worked his high from a dashing young cadet to earn the title of lieutenant – which at 21 saw him become one among the youngest first lieutenants active at the time.