Queen Elizabeth II is the eldest child of Emperor George VI.

In contrast to the Queen, her husband – Prince Philip – has Greek and Danish royal blood.

Even so, Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip have woven a modern, romantic and enduring love story with nearly seven decades of togetherness.

Prince Philip and Queen Elizabeth are pictured after their wedding in 1947 (left) and their diamond wedding in 2007 (right).

Their destiny began on July 22, 1939, when Elizabeth and her sister, Princess Margaret, and their parents visited the Royal Naval College at Dartmouth.

In the memoir Queen’s Childhood, Mrs. Marion Crawford, the Queen’s teacher, recalled: `Lilibet (Elizabeth’s nickname because she couldn’t pronounce her name as a child) couldn’t take her eyes off him`, even though

In a touching letter to his lady, Philip wondered whether he was worthy of `all those good things`, and that he `fell completely in love and was not timid`.

World War II broke out.

At the end of the world war, Philip returned to London.

The courtiers and queen objected to their wedding.

`I know it’s not easy to separate them. Once Lilibet falls in love, she will do everything to achieve it,` teacher Crawford added.

On November 20, 1947, this couple’s wedding took place beautifully and magnificently, like a halo that dispelled the pain and loss of World War II. One morning after their wedding,

In a letter to his mother-in-law written after the wedding, Prince Philip confided: `Dear Lilibet! I don’t know if this word is enough to express my thoughts. There is only one thing in this world…

New bride Elizabeth also spent an evening on her honeymoon writing letters to her father.

The love story of a prince who volunteered to be a guard to the Queen of England

During 68 years of marriage, Prince Philip volunteered to be a close guard next to the Queen of England.

On November 14, 1948, the Queen gave birth to Prince Charles.

After this time, the heir to the throne returns to his responsibilities.

On June 2, 1953, Elizabeth was officially crowned Queen.

The head of the British Royal Family called her husband `strength and support`.

As for Philip, he said of his role: `My first, second and last job is to never let the Queen down.`

The love story of a prince who volunteered to be a guard to the Queen of England

No matter where he is or what he does, Prince Philip goes hand in hand with his wife.

No marriage is without its ups and downs.

After the death of Queen Mary and the resignation of British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, Queen Elizabeth II requested a change to honor her husband.

Historians have not regretted writing about the love story of the Queen and Prince Philip, after they passed the diamond wedding milestone.