Queen marks Philip’s 100th by planting rose named after him

The Queen has marked what would have been the Duke of Edinburgh’s 100th birthday with the planting of a newly-bred rose named after her late husband. The Queen described the Duke of Edinburgh Rose, which is deep pink, dappled with white lines and double-flowered, as “lovely” and said the tribute from the Royal Horticultural Society was “very kind”.

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