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Despite warnings, crowds flock to farewell Windsor’s second-favourite local, Prince Philip




The royals told them not to come, but for some, it was just too hard to stay away. 

Outside the gates of Windsor Castle, local residents and those from further afield streamed in to lay flowers and reflect on Prince Philip’s legacy.

It was a somber but low-key affair: Mourners filed in and out, in an orderly British fashion. Their flowers left in neat rows along the fence. 

But the loss of a figure that…

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