12:51 The Queen of England received a new rose named after her deceased husband to commemorate her 100th birthday



Today is the 100th birthday of the late Prince Philip of the United Kingdom. Buckingham Palace stated that Queen Elizabeth II was given a newly cultivated rose in the name of her late husband to commemorate her husband's 100th birthday.  (Associated Press)

Today is the 100th birthday of the late Prince Philip of the United Kingdom. Buckingham Palace stated that Queen Elizabeth II was given a newly cultivated rose in the name of her late husband to commemorate her husband’s 100th birthday. (Associated Press)

2021/06/10 12:51

[Instant News/Comprehensive Report]Today is the 100th birthday of the late Prince Philip of the United Kingdom. Buckingham Palace stated that Queen Elizabeth II was given a newly cultivated rose in the name of her late husband to commemorate her husband’s 100th birthday.

According to comprehensive foreign media reports, the Queen recently received a pot of roses named after her late husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, from Keith Weed, the president of the Royal Horticultural Society. The appearance is dark pink. It is decorated with white lines and double-petaled flowers, cultivated by the Royal Horticultural Society.

Wieder said that this is a rose full of commemorative significance. In addition to commemorating the outstanding performance of the prince in his life, it also reminds everyone of his past.

The queen said, “The flowers look so cute. This is a great way to pay tribute.”

The report pointed out that the roses were subsequently planted in the East Balcony Garden of Windsor Castle. The castle was not only the place where the Queen has stayed since the outbreak of the Wuhan pneumonia (new coronavirus disease, COVID-19) pandemic, but also Prince Philip’s death. The place.

The rose is named after the Duke of Edinburgh.  (Associated Press)

The rose is named after the Duke of Edinburgh. (Associated Press)

Roses were then planted in the East Balcony Garden of Windsor Castle.  (AFP)

Roses were then planted in the East Balcony Garden of Windsor Castle. (AFP)



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