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Queen described loss of husband Philip as a ‘huge void in her life’, says Prince Andrew

The Queen is said to have described her husband’s death as leaving a “huge void”, Prince Andrew has said.

Paying tribute to his father Prince Philip, the Duke of York said his death means “we’ve lost almost the grandfather of the nation”.

Talking about the wave of affection for him since his death, Prince Edward also reflected his father “always thought of others before himself” and described the tributes to him as “fantastic”.

Members of the Royal Family are attending a service at the The Royal Chapel of All Saints of the Royal Lodge in Windsor Great Park.

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