George's funeral takes place with the arrival of his brother, Edward, Duke of Windsor, evoking Elizabeth's memory of the abdication. Her mother and especially grandmother, Queen Mary, are angered by his sarcastic presence and Mary has no compunction in telling him, though Elizabeth is prepared to be conciliatory - to a point. She is also grateful to Churchill for his guidance in her new situation, but annoys Philip when she refuses to let the royal house change its name from Windsor to Mountbatten. Unaware of his sister-in-law's involvement with a commoner on the brink of divorce, Philip asks Townsend to give him flying lessons.
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Prince Phillip states that he has always wanted to learn how to fly. Yet at the investiture by King George VI, he is clearly wearing Fleet Air Arm Pilots wings on his Royal Navy uniforms left sleeve. See more
Queen Elizabeth II
My Lords, I hereby declare my will and pleasure that I and my children shall be styled and known as the House and Family of Windsor. And that my descendants, other than female descendants who marry, and their descendants, shall bear the name of Windsor.