Married to Britain’s Queen Elizabeth since 1947, Prince Philip was the son of Princess Alice of Battenberg and Prince Andrew of Greece and Denmark
Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank’s first born little one has been named after Prince Philip and each mother and father’ great-great-great-great-great grandfathers – Prince Albert and Reverend Edward Hawke Brooksbank.
So who’re the lads who impressed the title August Philip Hawke Brookesbank?
Born: June 10, 1921 (age: 99)
Married to Britain’s Queen Elizabeth since 1947, Prince Philip was the son of Princess Alice of Battenberg and Prince Andrew of Greece and Denmark.
He was born into two royal households however was exiled from Greece whereas nonetheless an toddler. He went to colleges in France, Germany and the UK earlier than becoming a member of the Royal Navy in 1939, aged 18.
Prince Philip, born Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark, met then-Princess Elizabeth in 1934 and the pair started corresponding in July 1939. After the warfare, Philip was granted permission by King George VI to marry her.
Earlier than the engagement was introduced in July 1947, the prince deserted his Greek and Danish titles and turned a British citizen. He adopted the surname of his maternal grandparents – Mountbatten.
He left lively army service after Elizabeth turned queen in 1952, after reaching the rank of commander, and was formally made a British prince in 1957.
Prince Philip and Elizabeth had 4 youngsters: Charles, Prince of Wales; Anne, Princess Royal; Prince Andrew, Duke of York; and Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex.
He’s now a patron, president, or member of greater than 780 organisations and is styled the Duke of Edinburgh. He retired from royal duties on August 2, 2017, aged 96, after finishing 22,219 solo engagements since 1952.
Prince Philip was identified to repeatedly put his foot in his mouth by swearing throughout royal visits. In 2015, he informed a photographer to ‘simply take the f***ing image’ throughout a photocall on the RAF Membership.
Queen Victoria’s husband Albert, the prince consort, was born into the Saxon Duchy of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld to mother and father properly linked with Europe’s ruling monarchs
Prince Albert (Franz Albert August Karl Emanuel)
Born: August, 26, 1819 Died: December 14, 1861
Queen Victoria’s husband Albert, the prince consort, was born into the Saxon Duchy of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld to mother and father properly linked with Europe’s ruling monarchs.
Aged 20 he married his cousin, Victoria, and the couple had 9 youngsters collectively: Victoria; Albert ‘Bertie’; Alice; Alfred; Helena; Louise; Arthur; Leopold; and Beatrice.
Throughout their courting stage, Victoria wrote: ‘[Albert] is extraordinarily good-looking; his hair is about the identical color as mine; his eyes are massive and blue, and he has an attractive nostril and a really candy mouth with positive tooth; however the appeal of his countenance is his expression, which is most pleasant.’ She proposed to him on October 15, 1839.
He shortly developed a fame for supporting public causes together with training reform and the abolition of slavery worldwide. Queen Victoria trusted him to take care of the family, workplace and estates.
The prince developed the constitutional monarchy by persuading his spouse to be much less partisan in her dealings with parliament and when he died aged 42 Queen Victoria went into mourning for the remaining of her life.
Reverend Edward Hawke Brooksbank
Born: December 9, 1789 Died: August 5, 1883
Rev. Edward Brooksbank held the workplace of Justice of the Peace for the West Using, Yorkshire, and lived at Healaugh Manor in Yorkshire.
The vicar of Tickhill first married a Hannah Heywood who gave beginning to his three youngsters however died in 1846, aged 58. The reverend then married Mary Parker on December 5, 1848.
He graduated from Cambridge College with a Grasp of Arts (MA) and died aged 93.
Prince Augustus Frederick
Prince Augustus Frederick (pictured) was the sixth son and ninth little one of King George III
Born: January 27, 1773 Died: April 21, 1843
Prince Augustus Frederick was the sixth son and ninth little one of King George III.
Whereas travelling in Rome he met Girl Augusta Murray and the couple secretly married on April 4, 1793. They married a second time with out revealing their full names at St George’s, Hanover Sq., Westminster, on December 5, 1793.
Each marriages came about with out the permission of his father. As a result of of this, in August 1794, the wedding was annulled on the grounds that it contravened the Royal Marriages Act 1772.
He continued to stay with Girl Augusta till 1801, when he acquired a parliamentary grant of £12,000 and the couple separated. Girl Augusta was given custody of their youngsters Augustus Frederick d’Este and Augusta Emma d’Este. She acquired upkeep of £4,000 a yr.
A yr after the dying of Girl Augusta, the Duke of Sussex married a second time on Could 2, 1831, once more with out gaining the permission of the sovereign, to Girl Cecilia Letitia Buggin.
She was by no means recognised because the Duchess of Sussex however turned Duchess of Inverness by Queen Victoria in 1840.
Prince Augustus was the favorite uncle of Queen Victoria and gave her away at her wedding ceremony to Prince Albert.