U.K. Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, Dies at 99

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Apr.09 — Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, husband of the U.K.’s Queen Elizabeth II since 1947, has died at age 99. The prince “passed away peacefully this morning at Windsor Castle,” according to an emailed statement Friday from the Queen’s officials. Bloomberg’s Guy Johnson reports.

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