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Tributes to Prince Philip's Life are going to be On Display at Windsor Castle and therefore the Palace of Holyroodhouse

The showcase will include the robe and coronet Philip wore to Queen Elizabeth's coronation.

Now that England is out of lockdown, the royalty is taking the chance to permit the general public to pay tribute to Philip , who gave up the ghost in April. The Royal Collection Trust, which manages British royal family's private collection , announced that special displays are going to be exhibited this summer at Windsor Castle and therefore the Palace of Holyroodhouse, commemorating the Duke of Edinburgh's life.

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Prince Philip: A Celebration will showcase 150 objects from throughout the Duke's life across both locations. one among the foremost notable sections of the Windsor Castle display are going to be dedicated to Queen Elizabeth's 1953 coronation. The regal red and white coronation robe and coronet worn by Philip during the service will both get on display, alongside his chair of state, emblazoned with an outsized "P," which is generally located exclusively in Buckingham Palace Throne Room.

Also on display are going to be items from the royal archives, including the invitation, order of service, and wedding breakfast menu from Prince Philip's wedding to Queen Elizabeth. these things are going to be found out at the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh during a display which can also explore the Duke's relationship with Scotland.

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The exhibits open at Windsor Castle on Midsummer Day and at the Palace of Holyroodhouse on July 23. Find more information here.