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Queen and Prince Philip's marriage survived 'potential wrecking ball' years after wedding


the expert added: “She poses almost to attention, with her left arm straight to her side and a small gap between herself and Philip.

“Her head turns 45 degrees as he looks down at her and her smile as she grins up at him makes her look like a besotted teenager, despite the formal mood of the pose.

“Philip’s eye expression has softened and his eyes have narrowed in an expression of fondness and his raised, rounded cheeks suggest his happiness is authentic.

“In 2007 their pose is almost identical and the way that their facial expressions are an almost perfect replica of their wedding day pose suggests something at the core of their relationship has stayed the same, too.”



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