The Queen's Husband

October 1957
Time;10/21/1957, Vol. 70 Issue 17, p32
The article features Prince Philip, the husband of her majesty Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain, who will accompany the queen in a royal diplomatic mission to restore the country's warm relation with the U.S. It states that Philip, who is a son of Prince Andrew of Greece, grows in Paris, France and becomes a naval lieutenant in Melbourne, Australia. It says that he studies as a commoner at Gordonstoun in his preparatory and has also entered in Royal Naval College in Dartmouth, England.


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