The touching sign after the Queen’s death, fans believe, is linked to Prince Philip

Fans noted that a touching phenomenon took place when it was announced that Queen Elizabeth II had died. When Buckingham Palace confirmed the monarch had passed away on September 8 at the age of 96, those gathered outside her London home took to social media to share that two rainbows had appeared in the sky.

“A double rainbow could be seen in front of Buckingham Palace. Some here see him as representing the Queen and Prince Philip,” journalist Andy Ngô tweeted, referring to the Queen’s beloved late husband, who died on April 9 at the age of 99. Several others agreed: one person commented on the social media page, “I think she might be dancing with Philip right now,” while another poignantly wrote, “I don’t think the Queen or Prince Philip put that in there or that the rainbow is kind of her soul, but I believe God is kind and blesses us with things like that when he knows we’re hurting. Too many situations like this to believe it’s a coincidence. A rainbow can also be seen over Windsor Castle.

The Royal Family confirmed the Queen’s death on Twitter, as fans marveled at the rainbows, writing alongside a black and white photo of the longest-reigning monarch in British history: “The Queen died peacefully at Balmoral this afternoon.” It announced also announce that their son Charles is now officially king and will remain in Scotland until September 9, where he went earlier in the day to say goodbye to his beloved mother.

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