Why Prince Philip Will Never Rest In Peace - Shade Ladipo

Why Prince Philip Will Never Rest In Peace – Shade Ladipo

by Victor Ndubuisi

Media personality, Shade Ladipo, has said that Prince Philip, husband of the queen of England, will never know peace. The Duke of Edinburgh died on Friday, April 9 at the age of 99.

Reacting to the news of his demise on her Instastories this afternoon, Shade said the whole British monarch is” built on slavery and colonization of Black people” and for this reason, late Prince Phillip and the whole monarch ”can never rest in peace.”

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Why Prince Philip Will Never Rest In Peace - Shade Ladipo

However, Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburg and husband of Queen Elizabeth II is dead. He passed away on Friday, 9th April 2021. This news broke around 11 am GMT (12 pm Nigerian time) when numerous international news agencies, including the BBC, began to report it.

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Born on June 10, 1921, on the Greek island of Corfu, he was the only son of Prince Andrew of Greece and Denmark, and Princess Alice of Battenberg. Greece’s king, Philip’s uncle, was forced to abdicate when Philip was a baby, and the family fled to Paris, France.

At age 7, he moved to England, where he lived at Kensington Palace. Philip lived there with his paternal grandmother, Victoria Mountbatten, and later attended Gordonstoun, a boarding school in Scotland.

At 18, Philip took up British citizen and joined the Royal Navy and graduated from the Britannia Royal Naval College as a top cadet. He saw active duty from the Indian Ocean to the Mediterranean, and in 1945 at the end of World War II, he was in Tokyo Bay when the Japanese surrendered.

Phillip married Elizabeth on November 20, 1947, in a ceremony that was listened to on radio worldwide by a record 200 million people.


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The media has always given Phillip credit for helping steady the ship and gave Elizabeth’s leadership an anchor when she took over in the period when England was still suffering from the recession caused by the second world war.

“I, and his whole family, and this and many other countries, owe him a debt greater than he would ever claim or we shall ever know,” she once said of him.


Prince Philip was 99 years old. He would have been 100 years old in June.



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