The Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry have left hospital after visiting The Duke of Edinburgh, reports Georgina Brewer, ITV News Royal Producer.
She said William and Harry made no comments as they slid across the seats into their car and avoided using the car door on the same side as the press pen.
The Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry are visiting The Duke of Edinburgh in hospital, Clarence House said today.
William has been on leave today from his RAF Search and Rescue duties and Harry has spent the week since the Diamond Jubilee celebrations on Pre-Deployment Training at Wattisham.
The Duke of Edinburgh faces spending his 91st birthday in hospital, where he is recovering from a bladder infection.
Buckingham Palace said he might not be discharged by Sunday despite the Duke of York's assurance this week that his father was on the mend.
Prince Phillip remains at the King Edward VII Hospital today, still recovering from the bladder infection he picked up over the Jubilee weekend.
The royal Jubilee show will go on - with or without the Duke of Edinburgh. There are some important dates coming up. The first of those is next Wednesday when the Queen and Prince Philip are due to go to Nottingham along with William and Kate for a big visit.
But I suspect the Queen will be there without the Duke. The Saturday after that is Trooping The Colour, the Duke would want to be there - will he be there this time, it's hard to say. There are a lot of other important trips coming up, the Queen I suspect is preparing to go to them without him.
Prince Andrew is also visiting the Duke of Edinburgh in hospital in central London. It's not clear if any more visitors are expected today.
The Queen has arrived at the hospital in central London where the Duke of Edinburgh is being treated for a bladder infection. She arrived at King Edward VII Hospital after lunch with Commonwealth heads of state.