- The Queen and her husband Prince Philip celebrated their 73rd wedding anniversary on Friday, November 20
- In a post on The Royal Family's Instagram account, a photo of the Queen and the Prince reading a card was posted to mark their big day
- The Queen and her hubby, Philip were reading a card from their great-grandchildren, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis
- Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the royals have been together the Windsor Castle
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Queen Elizabeth and her sweetheart Prince Philip marked 73 years in marriage on Friday, November 20.
In a post on The Royal Family's Instagram account, a photo of the Queen and the Prince reading a card was posted to mark their big day.
"This new image has been released to mark the 73rd wedding anniversary of The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh tomorrow," read the post.
According to the post, the Duke of Edinburgh and the Queen were photographed in the Oak Room at their Windsor Castle earlier this week.
The anniversary post indicated that the Queen and her hubby, Philip were reading a card from their great-grandchildren, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
"In the photograph, Her Majesty and His Royal Highness are seen looking at an anniversary card made by Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis, alongside other cards and letters sent by well-wishers. The photograph was taken by @Chrisjacksongetty in the Oak Room at Windsor Castle earlier this week," read the caption.
According to The Guardian, the royal couple has spent a lot of time apart since the Duke, 99, retired from official duties.
Philip has been spending time in Sandringham estate in Norfolk while the queen has been at Windsor Castle and Buckingham Palace.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the two have been together the Windsor Castle.
As earlier reported by YEN.com.gh, Queen Elizabeth, in all her royal highness, could not deter the coronavirus from affecting her life as much as it did us 'normal human beings'.
Two months ago, it was decided that amidst the pandemic, the Queen and presumably her husband, Philip, will not be returning to their permanent home, Buckingham Palace, for the foreseeable future.
Her son Prince Charles was recently reported to have tested positive for the virus but has since made a full recovery.
Having recently turned 94, the queen is at a higher risk of catching the virus, which is why the best decision for her health and safety was to move to her private home.
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