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Buckingham Palace has played down fears about the Duke of Edinburgh's health after he was pictured with a badly bruised eye during his visit to Canada.
The 91-year-old is understood to have woken up with the bruising under his right eye a few days ago. A palace spokeswoman said the Duke was "well".
The Duke of Edinburgh has started his official duties in Toronto, Canada by meeting members of the Royal Canadian Regiment.
2013 is the 60th anniversary of his role as the regiment's colonel-in-chief.
The Duke of Edinburgh is in Canada to present a regiment with a new ceremonial flag.
Earlier, he visited Governor General of Canada, David Johnston, and was awarded one of Canada's highest orders.
Prince Philip was given insignias of Companion of the Order of Canada and the Commander of the Order of Military Merit.
The Duke, 91, has served as the regiment's colonel-in-chief since 1953, an honorary title often bestowed on members of the Royal Family.
The Duke of Edinburgh has arrived in Canada where he will present a regiment with a new ceremonial flag.
Today, Prince Philip will present new colours as colonel-in-chief to the 3rd Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment in Toronto.
Philip, 91, will return to England on Sunday.