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Prince Philip turns 98 today - and looks in fine fettle

The Duke of Edinburgh is 98 today. Since he reads the Telegraph, he might see this, so let me say: “Happy birthday, sir!” 
I suppose it’s bad form to say “Many happy returns” to someone as ancient as Prince Philip, but the oldest verified man ever was Jiroemon Kimura (1897–2013) of Japan who lived to the age of 116 years and 54 days, so with luck HRH could be with us for a few years yet.

I interviewed him at the time of his mother-in-law Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother’s centenary in 2000, and he told me then that he had “no desire whatsoever” to live to 100. “I can’t imagine anything worse,” he yelped. “Bits of me are falling off already.”...

Prince Philip turns 98 today - and looks in fine fettle

The Duke of Edinburgh is 98 today. Since he reads the Telegraph, he might see this, so let me say: “Happy birthday, sir!” 
I suppose it’s bad form to say “Many happy returns” to someone as ancient as Prince Philip, but the oldest verified man ever was Jiroemon Kimura (1897–2013) of Japan who lived to the age of 116 years and 54 days, so with luck HRH could be with us for a few years yet.

I interviewed him at the time of his mother-in-law Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother’s centenary in 2000, and he told me then that he had “no desire whatsoever” to live to 100. “I can’t imagine anything worse,” he yelped. “Bits of me are falling off already.”...

Prince Philip turns 98 today - and looks in fine fettle

The Duke of Edinburgh is 98 today. Since he reads the Telegraph, he might see this, so let me say: “Happy birthday, sir!” 
I suppose it’s bad form to say “Many happy returns” to someone as ancient as Prince Philip, but the oldest verified man ever was Jiroemon Kimura (1897–2013) of Japan who lived to the age of 116 years and 54 days, so with luck HRH could be with us for a few years yet.

I interviewed him at the time of his mother-in-law Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother’s centenary in 2000, and he told me then that he had “no desire whatsoever” to live to 100. “I can’t imagine anything worse,” he yelped. “Bits of me are falling off already.”...

Prince Philip turns 98 today - and looks in fine fettle

The Duke of Edinburgh is 98 today. Since he reads the Telegraph, he might see this, so let me say: “Happy birthday, sir!” 
I suppose it’s bad form to say “Many happy returns” to someone as ancient as Prince Philip, but the oldest verified man ever was Jiroemon Kimura (1897–2013) of Japan who lived to the age of 116 years and 54 days, so with luck HRH could be with us for a few years yet.

I interviewed him at the time of his mother-in-law Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother’s centenary in 2000, and he told me then that he had “no desire whatsoever” to live to 100. “I can’t imagine anything worse,” he yelped. “Bits of me are falling off already.”...