“They were two steps behind the Queen or behind the ordinary,” wrote former US President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle. “Prince Philip has shown the world what it means to be a supportive husband for a powerful woman.”
President Biden is one of the world leaders who paid tribute to Prince Philip of Great Britain, the husband of Queen Elizabeth II, following The news of Philip’s death on Friday morning,
In the statement, the Bidens expressed their “deepest condolences” to the royal family and continued to acknowledge the incredible life of the Duke of Edinburgh, which lasted only a few months to less than a century.
“In his 99 years of life, he has seen our world change dramatically,” said Joel Biden. “From his service to the Queen during the Second World War, her 73 years, her whole life in the society. “Prince Philip lovingly dedicated himself to the members of the British, Commonwealth և family.”
Former US Presidents Barack Obama և Donald Trump also paid tribute to Prince Philip.
In his statement, Trump hailed the prince as “an exceptional example of service, stability and patriotism”, acknowledging his military career as part of the Royal Navy.
“Over the last few years, Melania and I have had the honor of being able to visit the United Kingdom. “We have seen the Monarchy embody և the values of the British people, no one has done it better than Prince Philip,” Trump said.
The Obamas preferred to remember Prince Philip as “kind, warm, sharp-witted, with inexhaustible good humor.”
Their joint statement commemorated their first meeting with the royal couple in 2009.
“As two Americans accustomed to the luxury of palaces, we did not know what to expect. We should not worry. “Queen Philip and Prince Philip immediately calmed down with their grace and generosity, turning the solemn occasion into something much more natural, even comfortable,” they wrote.
“By the Queen or by taking the custom two steps back,” the Obamas said, “Prince Philip has shown the world what it means to be a supportive husband to a strong woman.”
Former US President George W. Bush also announced a announcement: saying that he and his wife, Laura, were “saddened” to hear of the death of Prince Philip.
“I և Laura’s lucky to have enjoyed the charm and skill of her company, we know how much she will miss him,” Bush said. “We join the whole world in extending our heartfelt condolences to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and to the entire Royal Family.”
In the United Kingdom, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Boris John Onson appeared on the steps of 10 Downing Street in honor of the nation of the Philippines.
“He, as the expert in wagon driving, helped lead the royal family and the monarchy to remain an institution that is indisputably important for the balance and happiness of our national life,” said John Onson.
The Prime Minister called on Great Britain to support the royal family, which, in her words, has lost “a devoted husband, a proud and loving father, a grandfather, and in recent years, a grandfather.”
Former British Prime Ministers Theresa May and David Cameron were among those who issued British statements.
May said the 99-year-old owed him “extraordinary gratitude” for serving both the Queen and the country, while Cameron described his death as “desperately sad news”.
Other leaders around the world have paid tribute to Prince Philip, including the Prime Minister of Canada Justin Astin Trudeau, where the Queen is the head of state.
“A family has lost its beloved husband, father, grandfather and grandfather,” said Trudeau. announcement: “The thoughts of Canadians are with Queen Elizabeth II անդամ members of the Royal Family as they mourn the loss.”
Prince Philip has sponsored more than 40 Canadian organizations, including the Canadian Aerospace Institute and the External Trust.
His service earned him the first Extraordinary Companion of the Order of Canada, presented to him by the Governor-General of Canada during his last visit to the country in 2013.
The Duke, born in 1921, is also remembered by other European royal families.
Queen Margaret II of Denmark posted a portrait of Prince Philip on Instagram, accompanied by a statement in which she sent a personal condolences to her British counterpart.
Prince Philip was king of King Christian IX, King of Denmark from 1863 until his death in 1906.
King Harald V of Norway called for the flags to be flown from the balcony of his palace on Friday, the day of Philip’s funeral. The news of Philip’s death was received with “great sorrow,” said the Norwegian monarch.
In Sweden, King Carl XVI Gustaf said: announcement: that both he and Queen Sylvia were “deeply saddened” by the news.
“Prince Philip has been a great friend of our family for many years, a relationship we deeply value,” said the sovereign head of Sweden. “His service to his country will be an inspiration to us all.”
The Royal Family of the Netherlands, King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima’s Princess Beatrice, also issued a statement of condolence, sharing how Prince Philip’s “lively personality has never ceased to make an unforgettable impression”.
Here are the tributes that leaders have shared with other leaders.
President of Ireland Michael Higgins.
French President Emanuel Macron.
Guni T. Jóhannesson, President of Iceland.
Lotay her ering, Prime Minister of Bhutan
Imran Khan, Prime Minister of Pakistan.
Greek President Katerina Sakelaropoulos
The Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi.
Archbishop of Canterbury Ter Astin Welby, the oldest bishop of the Church of England.