A young British woman painted a portrait – “quite horrible” in her own estimation – of the late Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, and sent it to his widow, Queen Elizabeth II, who thanked her in a “moving” personalized letter. informs the local press.
Honor Morrison, 23, recounted that the death of Prince Philip last April left her heartbroken, so he painted his portrait. The young woman revealed that she did not like the play because it seemed “creepy”, she felt that the painting looked at her, but he was sorry to throw it away.
The young recurred to TikTok where jokingly it was put as a challenge send the portrait to Buckingham Palace, London, if your video received more than a thousand ‘likes’. The video se hizo viral, achieving the conditions established by which Morrison sent the painting in May along with a letter of condolence.
Last weekend, Morrison He received by mail an envelope sent by the Buckingham Palace, which contained a photo of the Duke of Edinburgh and a personalized letter, signed by Susan Hussey, Elizabeth II’s lady-in-waiting. The letter states that the queen is grateful to Morrison for his message of condolence and for the “lovely painting.”
For her part, Honor qualified that response as “incredibly moving“and said she felt” honored “, so she will keep” always “said about.
If you liked it, share it with your friends!