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The romance between Prince Philip of Greece and Princess Elizabeth sprang out of a summer encounter on the tennis courts in Devon in The future couple, who are distant cousins, had been at the same gatherings on a number of occasions. Philip, who was just 18, Firstmet customer service introduced to year-old Elizabeth at Firstmet customer service house of the Captain of the College, later Admiral Sir Frederick Dalrymple-Hamilton. Two of the other cadets due had contracted mumps, so Philip was the only one allowed to meet them.

Handsome, blond-haired, athletic Philip caught Lilibet's eye as he entertained her by jumping over tennis nets. Marion Crawford, Elizabeth's governess, recalled: But the Princess was entranced.

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Although Elizabeth was smitten, stories that Philip had thoughts of marrying teenage Elizabeth when they met at Dartmouth were, according to the Duke, wide of the mark. The pair maintained a regular correspondence and met on several more occasions. Philip was also invited to spend the Christmas of with the Royal Family at Windsor.

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In an attempt to stop any gossip about their relationship, the Princess switched the photograph of a clean-shaven Philip which she kept in her room, with one of him sporting a large beard. Elizabeth and Philip began to talk of getting engaged while at Balmoral during the summer ofbut any confirmation was delayed until Firstmet customer service Princess turned 21 and had returned from a key royal tour of South Africa with her parents.

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You see it's difficult to visualise. I suppose if I'd just been a casual acquaintance it would all have been frightfully significant.

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I suppose I began to think about it seriously, oh, let me think now, when I got back Firstmet customer service '46 and went to Balmoral. Philip applied for British nationality and in February became a naturalised British subject, renouncing his Greek royal title and adopting the surname of Mountbatten. Five months later, in Julyit was officially announced by Buckingham Palace that he was to marry the Princess.