• Prince Philip's was spotted during the Royal crisis talk before death rumors sparked on Twitter
  • Prince Harry's exit is a massive blow to Prince Philip
  • Prince Philip might have had the most outrageous reaction to Prince Harry and Meghan's exit

Prince Philip was spotted recently before death rumors involving the royals circulated on Twitter.

There are speculations on Twitter that the Duke of Edinburgh is already dead. Many wondered if the rumor was true and apparently it is not.

Prince Philip was seen in public last Monday. The duke was spotted driving away from Sandringham as the Queen prepared for the crisis talk with Prince Charles, Prince William and Prince Harry. He was accompanied by a woman who drove the green Land Rover for the royal, Mirror reported.

Her Majesty called a four-way meeting to discuss the Sussexes’ future after they decided to step down from their royal duties. Prince Philip, Kate Middleton and Camilla Parker Bowles were not invited in the meeting because the crisis talk was only limited to the heads of each family and those born into the British royal family. Markle was expected to join the meeting, but the duchess reportedly skipped it.

One Twitter user also stressed that the speculations about Prince Philip’s death is not true. According to @sammystritch, the duke is at Sandringham and not in Scotland. The Queen also has just hosted a shooting party and everything was normal. He added that if Prince Philip died, it would be reported immediately.

“When it happens, you'll know within hours and the protocol established over decades will be followed just as it was for the deaths of Princess Margaret and Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother in 2002. Until then, don't be so ghoulish,” he wrote in a separate tweet.

In related news, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s exit is reportedly a massive blow to Prince Philip. One of the Duke of Edinburgh’s military roles has been passed down to the Duke of Sussex, but following his resignation, he was forced to vacate the post.

There are rumors that Prince Philip may have had the most outrageous reaction about the Sussexes’ exit. According to Express, the 98-year-old royal usually has the strongest responses when a scandal hit the royal family because “he doesn’t like the other people bringing his wife, the Queen, into disrepute.”

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Pictured: Prince Philip leaves St George's Chapel after the wedding of Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and The Duchess of Sussex at St Georges Chapel on May 19, 2018 in Windsor, England. Getty Images/Gareth Fuller-WPA Pool