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Britain's Queen Elizabeth II leaves Buckingham Palace by car with Prince Philip for an engagement in London, Thursday, May 4, 2017. Prince Philip, the consort known for his constant support of his wife Queen Elizabeth II as well as for his occasional gaffes, will retire from royal duties this fall, Buckingham Palace said Thursday. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)

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Britain's Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh wipes his face as he speaks to guests after attending the Order of Merit service at Chapel Royal in St James's Palace, London, Thursday May 4, 2017. Prince Philip, the consort known for his constant support of his wife Queen Elizabeth II as well as for his occasional gaffes, will retire from royal duties this fall, Buckingham Palace said Thursday. (John Stillwell/Pool Photo via AP)

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Britain's Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh speaks to guests after attending the Order of Merit service at Chapel Royal in St James's Palace, London, Thursday May 4, 2017. Prince Philip, the consort known for his constant support of his wife Queen Elizabeth II as well as for his occasional gaffes, will retire from royal duties this fall, Buckingham Palace said Thursday. (John Stillwell/Pool Photo via AP)

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Britain's Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh speaks to guests after attending the Order of Merit service at Chapel Royal in St James's Palace, London, Thursday May 4, 2017. Prince Philip, the consort known for his constant support of his wife Queen Elizabeth II as well as for his occasional gaffes, will retire from royal duties this fall, Buckingham Palace said Thursday. (John Stillwell/Pool Photo via AP)

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Britain's Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh arrives at Chapel Royal in St James's Palace, London, for an Order of Merit service, Thursday May 4, 2017. Prince Philip, the consort known for his constant support of his wife Queen Elizabeth II as well as for his occasional gaffes, will retire from royal duties this fall, Buckingham Palace said Thursday. (John Stillwell/Pool Photo via AP)

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FILE - In this Wednesday, May 3, 2017 file photo Britain's Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, cuts a ribbon during his visit to Lord's Cricket Ground to open the new Warner Stand, in London. Buckingham Palace said Thursday May 4, 2017 that Prince Philip will no longer carry out engagements starting this fall. (Arthur Edward/Pool Photo via AP)

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FILE - In this Nov. 9, 2006 file photo Britain's Prince Philip shares a joke with a war veteran, unseen, following a ceremony for the Opening of the Field of Remembrance, on the grounds of the Westminster Abbey, in central London. Buckingham Palace said Thursday May 4, 2017 that Prince Philip will no longer carry out engagements starting this fall. (AP Photo/Lefteris Pitarakis, File)

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FILE - In this June 19, 1962 file photo Britain's Prince Philip and his wife Queen Elizabeth II arrive at Royal Ascot race meeting, England. Buckingham Palace said Thursday May 4, 2017 that Prince Philip will no longer carry out engagements starting this fall. (AP Photo, File)

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Britain's Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh waves as he leaves in a car with Queen Elizabeth II from Buckingham Palace in London, Thursday, May 4, 2017. Prince Philip, the consort known for his constant support of his wife Queen Elizabeth II as well as for his occasional gaffes, will retire from royal duties this fall, Buckingham Palace said Thursday. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)

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FILE - In this Wednesday, May 3, 2017 file photo Britain's Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, smiles during his visit to Lord's Cricket Ground to open the new Warner Stand, in London. Buckingham Palace said Thursday May 4, 2017 that Prince Philip will no longer carry out engagements starting this fall. (Arthur Edward/Pool Photo via AP)

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FILE - In this Wednesday, May 3, 2017 file photo Britain's Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, smiles during his visit to Lord's Cricket Ground to open the new Warner Stand, in London. Buckingham Palace said Thursday May 4, 2017 that Prince Philip will no longer carry out engagements starting this fall. (Arthur Edward/Pool Photo via AP)

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FILE - In this Wednesday, May 3, 2017 file photo Britain's Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, smiles during his visit to Lord's Cricket Ground to open the new Warner Stand, in London. Buckingham Palace said Thursday May 4, 2017 that Prince Philip will no longer carry out engagements starting this fall. (Arthur Edward/Pool Photo via AP)

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In this Wednesday, May 3, 2017, file photo Britain's Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, smiles during his visit to Lord's Cricket Ground to open the new Warner Stand, in London. Buckingham Palace said Thursday May 4, 2017 that Prince Philip will no longer carry out engagements starting this fall. (Arthur Edward/Pool Photo via AP)

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Prince Philip was having his picture taken alongside veterans of the Battle of Britain when the nonagenarian decided he had enough and snapped at the photographer to "just taking the f---ing picture." (YouTube/The Royal Family Channel)

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Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning, right, and his wife Ashley walk through the Booksellers Area as they arrive for the State Dinner in honor of Queen Elizabeth II and her husband Prince Philip, Monday, May 7, 2007, at the White House in Washington. (AP Photo/Haraz N. Ghanbari)

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FILE - In this June 6, 2004 file photo, French President Jacques Chirac, left, greets Queen Elizabeth II, of Britain, and her husband Prince Philip at the British military cemetery in Bayeux, northwestern France, during ceremonies marking the 60th anniversary of the D-Day landings in Normandy. The perils of World War II directly shaped the lives of Elizabeth, 88, and Philip, 92. The anniversary is so heartfelt that the royal couple is preparing to cross the English Channel once more, this time on a Eurostar train through the Channel Tunnel Elizabeth helped 20 years ago. (AP Photo/Michel Spingler, File)