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British royalty, Duke of Edinburgh, Earl of Merioneth,
Baron Greenwich, Prince of the United Kingdom,
Prince of Greece and Denmark (1921-1947).
Prince Philip is the father of Prince Charles,
Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward,
and is the husband of Queen Elizabeth II.
| Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip
Biographical fast facts
Full or original name at birth: Philip Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glucksburg*
Date, time and place of birth: June 10, 1921,
at 9:46 p.m., Villa Mon Repos, Corfu, Greece
Date, place and cause of death: (Alive as of 2012)
Wife: Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor
(m. November 20, 1947 - present)
Wedding took place at Westminster Abbey, Westminster, London, England.
Sons: Prince Charles (b. November 14, 1948,
at 9:14 p.m., at Buckingham Palace, London, England)
Prince Andrew (b. February 19, 1960,
at 3:38 p.m., Buckingham Palace, London, England)
Prince Edward (b. March 10, 1964,
at 8:20 p.m., Buckingham Palace, London, England)
Daughter: Princess Anne (b. August 15, 1950,
at 11:50 a.m., Clarence House, London, England)
Father: Prince Andrew of Greece
Mother: Princess Alice of Battenberg
Error corrections or clarifications
* Prince Philip was not born "Philip Mountbatten,"
as many sources erroneously state. It wasn't until
1947, when he renounced his Greek and Danish titles,
that he took the name Mountbatten. Nor was he born
as a few sources claim.
NOTE: Some past editions of the World
Almanac and Book of Facts erroneously report Prince
Philip was born "June 1." Thankfully, newer editions
correctly list June 10th, 1921. Also, certain older
editions of the Americana Encyclopedia Annual
misreport Prince Philip's date of birth as "June 12."
The most in-depth of more than four dozen
sources consulted in preparing this
Majesty: Elizabeth II and the House of Windsor, by Robert Lacey (1977)
The Reluctant King: The Life and Reign of George VI, by Sarah Bradford (1989)
Elizabeth and Philip: The Untold Story of the Queen of England and her Prince, by Charles Higham, and Roy Moseley (1991)
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