Following the announcement of the passing of His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh, The Leader of Hounslow Council and Mayor of Hounslow have expressed their condolences.
Published: Friday, 9th April 2021
The Leader of Hounslow Council and Mayor of Hounslow have expressed their condolences following the announcement of the death of His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.
Council Leader, Councillor Steve Curran said: “Today is a national day of mourning as we say goodbye to an inspirational Royal figure who was devoted to his country and his family. I’m sure all Hounslow residents will join me as I express my deepest sympathies to the Queen and the rest of the Royal Family at this very sad time."
Hounslow’s Mayor, Councillor Tony Louki, added: “His Royal Highness led an admirable life and will be fondly remembered as not just a dutiful Consort to the Queen but as a devoted father and husband too. Our thoughts and sympathies are with all members of the Royal Family on this very sad day."
The Council has lowered its flags on all council buildings and a book of condolence is open at https://www.royal.uk/condolence.