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The hearing devices were visible only because of a thin wire next to each ear.
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Her Majesty arrived at the event accompanied by the Duke of Edinburgh.
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The Duke of Edinburgh will celebrate his 93rd birthday today with a garden party at Buckingham Palace.
Around 8,000 invited guests will descend on the royal residence to take tea in the 40 acre gardens.
Prince Philip will be joined on the Palace terrace by the Queen, Duchess of Cambridge, Duke of York, Princess Eugenie, the Princess Royal and other members of the family for the National Anthem performed by a military band.
A 41-gun salute will be fired by the King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery from London's Hyde Park at noon in celebration.
The Duke, who shows no signs of slowing down amid a packed programme of engagements, recently returned from France to mark the 70th anniversary of the D-Day landings.
Royal officials have downplayed concerns about the Duke of Edinburgh's health after he had a 'minor procedure' performed on his right hand.
Sporting a bandage for protection, Prince Philip continued with his arrangements today - attending a garden party and opening a new health centre in central London.
The Duke of Edinburgh will continue his engagements as planned, after having a "minor procedure" carried out on his right hand, Buckingham Palace have said.
He arrived at a garden party at the palace with the hand bandaged after having the procedure done yesterday morning at Buckingham Palace.
A spokeswoman said: "The Duke is wearing a bandage as protection. The Duke's engagements will continue as planned."