Prince Philip makes ‘joke’ about ‘terrorist’ at Sandringham church on New Year’s Eve

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January 1, 2018

Gaffe-prone Prince Philip, the husband of Queen Elizabeth II, gave the Brits something to talk about on New Year’s Eve after evidently making a “joke” about a terrorist.

British media lit up with reports that the Duke of Edinburgh, 96, joked that a bearded man in the crowd at a church near Sandringham might be a “terrorist.”

According to reports from The Daily Mail, The Sun and Sky News, Philip and the queen were on their way to attend a morning service at St. Mary Magdalene church when the prince saw a white man with a long red (or ginger, as the Brits call it) beard.

According to one onlooker: “Philip was wishing lots of people a ‘Happy New Year’ and then he spotted this guy with his distinctive beard. He pointed at him in a funny way and turned to one of his royal bodyguards, saying: ‘Is that a terrorist?’”

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