Queen Elizabeth & Prince Philip release new portrait to mark 70th anniversary

Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip celebrated 70 years of marriage on Monday (Nov 20), becoming Britain’s first reigning couple to mark a platinum wedding anniversary.

The decades-spanning marriage of the Queen – the nation’s longest serving sovereign – has outlasted those of all prior British monarchs.

The royal couple will not hold any public events, but have invited family and friends to Windsor Castle for a private dinner on Monday evening, according to media reports.

In this handout photo issued by Camera Press and taken in Nov. 2017, Britain’s Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip pose for a photograph in the White Drawing Room pictured against a platinum-textured backdrop at Windsor Castle, England. Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip are marking 70 years since they wed in London’s Westminster Abbey. At the time, Princess Elizabeth was just 21 and Philip, a naval officer, was 26. Their wedding was a spark of joy and celebration in a country just recovering from World War II. (Matt Holyoak/Camera Press via AP)




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