These are the details of Prince Philip’s testament

Almost two months of the death of the Duke of EdinburghAt 99, new details of his inheritance and where his fortune will go are emerging.

Sources in London assure that the husband of Queen Elizabeth II, 94, would have left a large amount of money cash to your private secretary, Archie Miller-Bakewell. Also the pages William Henderson Y Stephen Niedojadlo they would take a considerable sum.

The rest of the inheritance of Philippos Andreou of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderberg-Glücksburg, Principality of Greece and Denmark, or rather, the prince Felipe, it would be taken by his wife of more than 73 years, that is, Queen Elizabeth II, as indicated The Daily Mail and is estimated at about $ 42.5 million.

As for his 8 grandchildren, it is assured that the amount they would receive was established “a long time ago.”

Prince Philip retired from public life a great deal. This is one of the last photos that exist of him in networks, of the christening of Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, the son of Prince Harry and his consort, Meghan Markle:

“Not like others royals“a source told the British tabloid The Sun, “Prince Philip will be generous to the three men who watched over him.”

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By the way, at the beginning of May the causes of death of the queen’s husband were announced, who had spent a good time in the hospital due to a heart condition and had been operated on.

According to the British newspaper The Telegraph, the The Duke’s death certificate uses the term “old age” as the cause of his death, leaving aside an infection and the heart condition for which he had been treated.

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