Prince Philip‘s will is not going to be made public for quite some time.

After his passing in April, it was ruled by the U.K.’s High Court that the contents of Prince Philip’s are to remain private for at least 90 years. The decision came into effect. The GuardianBBC News reported that legal challenges were made to the fact media personnel weren’t present during the July 2021 hearing at which the decision was handed down. Although the media outlet claimed that there had been “lackluster external scrutiny,” this argument has now been rejected by judges. The Guardian‘s claim.

Why? They are the judges. Sir Geoffrey Vos, Dame Victoria Sharp Lady Justice KingAccording to the outlet, the judge ruled that the private decision could be taken in exceptional circumstances on July 29. It was ruled that the public hearing could not be disclosed to the press as this would create a media storm.

The ruling stated that “These conditions are, as have been said, extraordinary.” We are not certain that the public has a special interest in the distribution of assets belonging to the Royal Family.