The Duke of Edinburgh has been in Wiltshire today to officially open a barracks in his name.
"The Prince Philip Barracks" have a new headquarters at MOD Lyneham, the new home to the Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers.
The naming of the newly refurbished barracks marks a significant milestone for the Corps, which recently bid farewell to sites in Arborfield and Bordon to move to new headquarters at MOD Lyneham where state-of-the-art technical training will be delivered.
The Duke has been Colonel-in-Chief of the Corps since 1969. See his official opening of the barracks below.
Major Rebecca Macklin was at the event with the Duke.
Plymouth will play host to a special royal guest this afternoon, as His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh comes down to Devon's east coast.
The Duke will be down in Plymouth this afternoon visiting the Marines at Devonport where he will be presenting a long service and handing out awards.
Prince Philip will then officially open the new Mercury building at the naval base.
As part of his visit, the Duke will view amphibious craft equipment, including landing craft and raiding craft.
Prince Philip is opening a specialist dementia care centre in Wiltshire today, his first solo engagement since becoming a great-grandfather for the fifth time.
The Hayward Care Centre in Devizes is named after Wiltshire war hero Reginald Hayward, who was awarded the Victoria Cross and served in both world wars. His regiment is now part of The Rifles, of which the Duke of Edinburgh is Colonel-in-Chief.
The centre, which is run by the Orders of St John Care Trust, will offer specialist care for 80 residents with dementia.
As part of today's visit to Cornwall, the Queen and Prince Philip were driven to Marazion and to St Michael's Mount.
The Queen then followed in the footsteps of Queen Victoria - leaving her royal mark on the famous landmark.
Thousands of people turned out in St Ives today to see the Queen and Prince Philip visit the town for the very first time.
The weather was kind and the showers stayed away, for a trip locals have been waiting 61 years for. And they weren't disappointed.
The Queen and Prince Philip are in Cornwall.
The sun came out for them this morning, as did the crowds, as they took in the sights of St Ives for the very first time. They've also been to visit St Michael's Mount.
Our Cornwall Correspondent Steve Hardy has been following their day:
Highlights from The Queen's first ever visit to St. Ives this morning: