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Britain's Prince Philip hospitalised with infection but is in 'good spirits'

Philip, who is also known as the Duke of Edinburgh and has sometimes drawn attention with headline-grabbing gaffes, has been by the queen's side throughout her 65 years on the throne and she has described him as "my strength and stay".

Queen Elizabeth's husband Prince Philip to retire from royal duties

Queen Elizabeth's husband Prince Philip to retire from royal duties

Prince Philip, the 95-year-old husband of Britain's Queen Elizabeth, is to retire from carrying out royal engagements later this year, Buckingham Palace announced on Thursday.

When Queen Elizabeth II played with her 'namesake' baby elephant at London Zoo – MUST watch

When Queen Elizabeth II played with her 'namesake' baby elephant at London Zoo – MUST watch

The Queen, accompanied by Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, came face to face some Asian elephants, including the herd's youngest member named after her.

Queen Elizabeth II set to celebrate 90th birthday - again

Does one person really need 900 horses to tell their life story?

Barack Obama pays tribute to ''jewel'' Queen Elizabeth after 90th birthday

Queen Elizabeth is the oldest monarch in British history who has met 11 US presidents.

Queen's letter of love to be auctioned in UK next week

A rare letter in which Queen Elizabeth II has talked about how she and husband Prince Philip fell in love will go under the hammer in the UK next week.

Prince Harry beaten by grandfather as best dressed man

Britain's Prince Harry has been beaten in the style department by Prince Philip.

Queen sails across Malta harbour in nostalgic tour of beloved island

Cannon shots rang out across the harbour in Valletta on Sunday in tribute to Queen Elizabeth II, who was sailing across the bay on the final leg of her state visit to Malta.

Dumped Australian PM admits knighting Prince Philip a mistake

Ousted Australian leader Tony Abbott conceded on Thursday that his decision to award Britain's Prince Philip a knighthood, which sparked a huge public and political backlash, was "injudicious".