THE Duke of Edinburgh Award is having a dramatic effect on the lives of prison inmates and disillusioned youngsters worldwide, the Earl of Wessex has said in his first YouTube broadcast.
THE Duke of Edinburgh celebrates his 88th birthday today.
THE Duke of Edinburgh yesterday became the longest serving consort in the history of the British monarchy.
THE Duke of Edinburgh today becomes the longest serving consort in British history. Prince Philip, 87, overtakes the record of 57 years and 70 days set by Queen Charlotte, wife of King George III.
THE DUKE of Edinburgh was so incensed by the intervention of Tony Blair's government over the funeral of Diana, Princess of Wales, that he allegedly told Downing Street spin doctors to "f*** off".
THE Duke of Edinburgh has presented medals to three leading thinkers for the "outstanding" contributions they have made in their fields of expertise during a ceremony in the Capital.
A NEWSPAPER has issued an unreserved apology to the Royal Family over a story that the Duke of Edinburgh had been diagnosed with prostate cancer.
BUCKINGHAM Palace today denied a report that the Duke of Edinburgh has received a diagnosis of prostate cancer.
Buckingham Palace today denied reports that the Duke of Edinburgh has received a diagnosis of prostate cancer.
THE Duke of Edinburgh left hospital yesterday following three days of treatment and monitoring for a chest infection.
THE condition of the Duke of Edinburgh was being assessed yesterday by doctors to decide whether he is fit enough to leave hospital.
THE Duke of Edinburgh spent a second night in hospital being treated for a chest infection.
THE Duke of Edinburgh has been admitted to hospital with a chest infection, Buckingham Palace said today.
PAINTINGS which captured a voyage the Duke of Edinburgh made to the Antarctic 50 years ago are to go on show.
THE Duke of Edinburgh was in Scotland yesterday to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the award scheme that bears his name.
MORE than 1,000 delegates from around the world are gathering in Edinburgh this week for the 50th anniversary celebrations of the Duke of Edinburgh Award.
MORE than 60 nationalities are set to be represented at a Duke of Edinburgh's Award and International Award Association meeting in the Capital.
THE 50th Tall Ships race was yesterday launched by the Duke of Edinburgh - who got the original event under way half a century ago.