Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip

Queen Elizabeth married Prince Philip on 20 November 1947 at Westminster Abbey. Her marriage is the longest of any British sovereign. Here we bring you the facts about their relationship and look back on some of their major milestones, from their first meeting in 1934 to the Queen's ‘annus horribilis', or ‘horrible year.

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