The late Prince Philip is remembered as a man who was always interesting and fun and never shy aways from making a joke beside Queen Elizabeth.
Lady Prudence Penn described the Duke of Edinburgh, who died on April 9 as a heaven-sent consort for Her Majesty in every way.
Penn recalled that she loved the way he would boost the Queen’s ego by complimenting her on their way to an engagement.
She added that he really knew how to bring the best out of a woman and that his advice and encouragement was a key element in their relationship.
Lady Prudence continued to speak highly of him and his unique sense of humor.
Prince Philip’s last goodbye was immensely scaled-down due to the pandemic however Lady Prudence believes that it is what the Prince would have wanted.
“He had always wanted to have a lower-key funeral than that which was ordained for him, and due to current circumstances he got his wish,” she said. “It was a funeral that proved to be one of the most moving, fitting and memorable occasions.”