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The Duke of Edinburgh was "in good spirits" today as he left hospital, 11 days after he was admitted for exploratory abdominal surgery.
The Queen visited Prince Philip in hospital as the Palace described him as "comfortable and in good spirits" following an operation.
Prince Harry and the Duke of Edinburgh have opened the Field of Remembrance at Westminster Abbey in London.
The royals spent nearly an hour meeting veterans and members of the Royal British Legion and Poppy Factory as they were led around the 100,000 crosses that have been planted in memory of fallen soldiers.
After arriving at the Abbey in a Rolls Royce, the pair paid their respects by each laying a small cross of remembrance in front of two wooden crosses from the Graves of Unknown British Soldiers from the First and Second World Wars.
Prince Harry and his grandfather, the Duke of Edinburgh, will pay their respects at the Field of Remembrance in Westminster Abbey.
Each will lay a Cross of Remembrance in front of two wooden crosses from the Graves of Unknown British Soldiers from the First and Second World Wars.
The Last Post will sound, marking the start of two minutes silence, after which the two royals will visit meet veterans of more recent battles.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are also expected to attend separate Remembrance events later today.
The Duke of Edinburgh officially re-named the world's oldest clipper ship in London today before the vessel is taken to Australia to become a tourist attraction.
The City of Adelaide, also known as The Carrick, was built in Sunderland in 1864 and in its heyday carried hundreds of people Down Under.
Campaigners from Sunderland insist the vessel should return to the River Wear, however the grade A-listed ship was purchased by a Adelaide-based consortium three years ago.
The Duke of Edinburgh has celebrated his eponymous awards scheme by sharing a laugh with the recipients of its gold award.
Philip's good humour came as he held his 500th presentation ceremony for those who have earned his scheme's highest honour.
Founded by the Duke in 1956, it has set millions of teenagers across the country on the path to self discovery as they take on ever more challenging tasks, in a range of categories, as they progress from bronze to silver and achieve the final gold award.
As he toured the state rooms of St James's Palace, Philip chatted to young people and joked with one group who told him of the hardships of their expedition: "You were meant to suffer, it's good for the soul.
Prince George is thought to have met his great-grandfather the Duke of Edinburgh for the first time in Scotland at the weekend, eight weeks after he was born.
Philip, who is staying at Balmoral with the Queen, has been convalescing after exploratory abdominal surgery in June and is thought not to have met the newest member of the family.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their son flew to Scotland on Sunday for a private holiday and to spend time with the Queen and Philip.
There is also speculation that a picture may be taken showing the Queen with three future monarchs - Charles, William and baby George.
The Duke of Edinburgh said it was a "great pleasure to be back in circulation" after conducting his first official engagement in nearly two months.
Prince Philip, who has been an Honorary Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh since 1951, handed out medals at the Society to Professor Sir John Cadogan, Professor Michael Ferguson and Sir Ian Wood.
The 92-year-old underwent exploratory abdominal surgery in June.
The Duke made a spontaneous address to the audience in the Royal Society of Edinburgh's Wolfson Lecture Theatre.
He said he wanted to: "add my congratulations to the medal winners".
Adding: "It's now quite a long list since I've been doing this.
"But it's a great pleasure to be back in circulation again."
Referring to the medal-winners, the Duke joked: "I wish to God I could understand what they'd been doing!"
His comments were greeted with laughter and applause from the audience.
The Duke of Edinburgh said it was a "great pleasure to be back in circulation" on his first official engagement since having surgery in June.
It is the first time he has been seen in public following an operation and period of convalescence.
Philip, 92, handed out medals at the Royal Society of Edinburgh to Professor Sir John Cadogan, Professor Michael Ferguson and Sir Ian Wood
Prince Philip has made his first public appearance after he was hospitalised in early June. He is presenting Royal Medals, at The Royal Society of Edinburgh.
The Duke of Edinburgh was admitted to the London Clinic on June 6 for pre-arranged exploratory abdominal surgery in June which was carried out the next day.