Sharing a lifetime of public by the side of his Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip, who has died aged 99, attended thousands of public engagements, as well as being a patron, president or member of over 780 organisations.
From the early days, prior to the accession to the throne of Her Majesty The Queen, to his final public engagements in the 2010s, we recall just some of the many occasions Edinburgh’s duke came to visit.
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1. Dancing at the Assembly Rooms
Princess Elizabeth dancing with her fiance, Lieutenant Philip Mountbatten, RN, at the Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh, in 1947, when a ball was held to welcome the royal family to Scotland.
2. Duke of Edinburgh visits Leith
Duke of Edinburgh visits US Coastguard Cutter Eagle at Leith, 1960s.
3. Prince Philip outside NB Hotel
Wearing a kilt and sporran, Prince Philip the Duke of Edinburgh arrives at the North British hotel to meet officers of the Queen's Own Highlanders in July 1965.
4. King Olav of Norway visit to Edinburgh
Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip Duke of Edinburgh in their robes when King Olav of Norway was made a Knight of the Thistle at St Giles cathedral Edinburgh during his state visit to Scotland in October 1962.