Prince Philip remembered: Boris Johnson leads tributes to Duke of Edinburgh

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West Ham United has been left deeply saddened by the passing of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, at the age of 99.

The statement said he "passed away peacefully at Windsor Castle". "My thoughts are with the British people and the Royal Family on the passing away of HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh", Prime Minister Modi tweeted.

'Further announcements will made in due course.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Prince Philip would be remembered for his "steadfast support" of the Queen, "not just as her consort, by her side, every day of her reign, but as her husband, her strength and stay of more than 70 years". The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh had been living in isolation at Windsor Castle ever since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.

"As we mourn, we should also reflect and give thanks for His Royal Highness' lifetime of service, devotion, and commitment", he said.

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"He was often way ahead of his time in protection of the environment, in reconciliation between religious faiths and. the creation of the Duke of Edinburgh's Award, which remains one of the most innovative and effective programmes for the betterment of young people anywhere in the world".

Mr Morrison noted he had presided as patron or president of almost 50 organisations in Australia, and had a strong connection with the Australian Defence Force.

Piers Morgan has led celebrities in paying tribute after the death of Prince Philip, calling him "a truly great Briton".

Everyone at West Ham United has been left saddened by Prince Philip's passing and would like to express honest condolences to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the Royal Family at this time. On Instagram there is no such change, but all the accounts have shared the royal family's post, informing the public of Prince Philip's death. "God bless from all here in Australia".

Philip presented the Lord's Taverners ECB Trophy to the English cricket champions for 43 years until he retired from royal duties in 2017.

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