The Duke of Edinburgh thanked staff at the London Clinic as he left the hospital today.
The Duke of Edinburgh, who left hospital today after an 11 day stay, "is in good condition and good spirits", a Buckingham Palace spokesman said.
– Buckingham Palace spokesman
The Duke is in good condition and good spirits. He'll take a period of convalescence, of approximately two months.
The Duke has expressed his thanks and appreciation to medical staff at the London Clinic and the many members of the public who have sent good wishes.
The Duke of Edinburgh looked well as he smiled and waved to onlookers, he is currently being driven back to Windsor Castle.
For a man of 92, who spent 11 nights in hospital, the Duke looked extraordinarily fit. Will he wait until Autumn to resume duties?
No details of the procedures the Duke underwent in the London Clinic. It was his fourth hospital stay since Christmas 2011.
The Duke of Edinburgh shook hands with medical staff at the London Clinic today after being discharged from the hospital.
Prince Philip will now return home and is expected to spend two months convalescing.
The Duke of Edinburgh has left hospital where he underwent exploratory abdominal surgery.
Prince Philip was admitted to the London Clinic on June 6 and is expected to spend two months convalescing after being discharged today.