It seems like just yesterday it was the Queen's birthday and already she is celebrating again. But why does the monarch get two?Read the full story ›
The celebrations, which begin on Friday and finish on Sunday, include a thanksgiving service at St Paul's and a party on The Mall.Read the full story ›
The Royal Family has tweeted a photograph of the Duke of Edinburgh and the Queen greeting Joachim Gauck, the President of the Federal Republic of Germany, at Buckingham Palace.
The photo marks the first official engagement the Duke has taken on since he missed the Battle of Jutland memorial on medical grounds over the weekend.
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The Duke of Edinburgh has been caught on camera using the f-word during a photocall.Read the full story ›
The Duke of Edinburgh is expected to mark the occasion privately at Buckingham Palace with the Queen.Read the full story ›
A 62 gun salute has been fired on Tower Hill in London to mark the occasion of the Duke of Edinburgh's 93rd birthday.
An ITV News cameraman has tweeted this picture:
62 Gun Salute being fired at Tower Hill for the birthday of Prince Phillip. It's very loud! http://t.co/NulAIXU7OU
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."