London cabbies pay their respects to Prince Philip


A huge convoy of London black cabs lined The Mall outside Buckingham Palace on Friday to pay their respects to Prince Philip following his death aged 99.

The drivers stood beside their cars with some placing Union flags on their bonnets to pay tribute to the war hero who was just shy of his 100th birthday.  

One driver told a Conservative Post reporter: “We wanted to show our respects. We love our Queen, we love our country and we want to show our respect to Prince Philip. He will be greatly missed.”


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