The Duke of Edinburgh has made plenty of visits to our region, take a stroll down memory lane with some of his more memorable moments...Read the full story ›
Prince Philip will not make any further official appearances in the South West after announcing his retirement.
The 95 year-old will step down from service in the autumn and there are no scheduled engagements in the West Country before then.
Today, we spoke to people in Ashburton and Bristol, who gave us this reaction to the news:
The Duke of Edinburgh has made plenty of visits to our region but there have one or two false steps along the way.
Among his more famous gaffes was this one in March 2010.
Let us know your stories of Prince Philip's visits - whether they are funny or not -
The Duke of Edinburgh is to stand down from royal duties for good from August, Buckingham Palace has announced.
Prince Philip's last visit to the West Country was in October when he travelled to Poundbury alongside the Queen, Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall.
As always he was greeted by visitors of all ages on the streets of Poundbury and the royal party unveiled a statue of the Queen Mother.
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Prince Harry is at Bath today; attending team trials for the Invictus Games and seeing work undertaken by the RFU Injured Players FoundationRead the full story ›
The Queen presented Leeks to the most valued soldiers, which included two goats.Read the full story ›
Explorer David Hempleman-Adams was at Buckingham Palace this morning where he was bestowed with the honour of a knighthood.Read the full story ›
Camilla attended a tea dance at Bristol Trinity centre where she was swept off her feet by members of the Royal Voluntary Service.Read the full story ›
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