President Biden Remembers Prince Philip On What Would Have Been Royal’s 100th Birthday

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President Joe Biden is remembering the late Prince Philip on a bittersweet day. The Duke of Edinburgh, who died this April at the age of 99, would have celebrated one century of life on June 10. The politician paid tribute to the late royal and his loved ones before delivering an address on COVID-19 vaccination efforts during a trip to Cornwall, England, for the G7 Summit. "I want to express our condolences on behalf of Jill and I to Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II and her entire royal family and the people of the United Kingdom," he shared. "Today would have been Prince Philip's 100th birthday. I know there are a lot of people feeling his absence today."