Queen Elizabeth And Prince Phillip Are Still In Love According To Body-Language Experts

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This couple evokes nothing but admiration of their devotion to each other. Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip celebrated their 70th anniversary together.

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An impressive term brought them happiness and sorrows but life obstacles did not separate them.

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They got married when the Queen was 21 and Prince Phillip 26 years old; now they have rich experience behind their backs, four children, eight grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

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In 1997, when celebrating 50 years together, the Queen said that her husband had been her strength.

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“I, and his whole family, and this and many other countries, owe him a debt greater than he would ever claim, or we shall ever know” – she added. Definitely, she can repeat these words today.

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According to body language, expert Patti Wood, and Bianca Cobb the couple still shares deep loving feelings for each other.

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They are acting formally on public, but here and there, the Queen and Prince Phillip hold each other on the hand or she is leaning to him slightly.

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She always tries to position herself as an independent person, and it shows on the way they appear on the pictures together.

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Prince Phillip always walks a step behind his lady according to royal etiquette. But it also shows he is protective of her. She always stands out in any crowd for him.

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The Queen and Prince Phillip released these portraits to mark 70-years anniversary. Formal poses on the photos that do not suppose showing off feelings are radiating love anyway.

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They are showing everyone, that love is alive. Their tenderness and adoration of each other are hard not to notice and it is definitely making us love this couple even more.

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