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Queen Elizabeth II breaking this tradition following Prince Philip's death: reports

Added 04-19-21 11:20:02pm EST - “Queen Elizabeth II will not use black-edged stationery while mourning Prince Philip, but will instead use custom stationery featuring her crest in black rather than red.” - Foxnews.com

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The monarch is currently in mourning following the death of her husband, Prince Philip at the age of 99.

In such a situation, tradition generally calls for the Queen, 94, to use black-edged stationery during her mourning period, but according to multiple reports, she will instead use different personalized stationery.

According to People magazine, the royal's stationery will feature her own crest in black. Usually, the crest is red.

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