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Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip go on their first outing since Duke was discharged from the hospital.

The Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip was back to good and strong health a few days back. As Prince Philip was pictured at the Royal Event of “Bentley Motors Royal Windsor Cup”.


It was the finale with The Queen of England, Queen Elizabeth to support their granddaughter, Lady Louise Windsor. Prince Philip drove Queen Elizabeth to The Royal event and waved to the crowd when he went out of his Land Rover.

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Queen Elizabeth and The Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip were photographed for the first time since Prince Philip’s hospital stay. That was the first time that Prince Philip was seen in the public. Since he was treated for a bladder infection in the hospital a few days back.

The Duke drove the Queen to the event.

THAT ELEGANT LOOK AFTER COMING BACK FROM HOSPITAL.

Her Majesty THE Queen looked mesmerizing and decent in a mint green ensemble pairing. It was a paisley dress with a complementary overcoat and her very own signature hat. Whereas the Duke of Edinburgh looked in a chatty mood. This was seen when he presented the prizes to the winners of the British Driving Society at the annual show.

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The Queen was wearing a mint green dress

At one point in the day, Prince Philip, who just now announced plans to retire from his official duties in the autumn. He was seen enjoying a break in the front seat of his green Range Rover as all the celebrations and festivities continued around him.

AT THE EVENT.

The 96-year-old Prince watched his beloved granddaughter who was taking part in the Royal Event. The Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip’s son, Prince Edward was also seen at the Royal horse carriage driving event. Prince Edward was seen supporting his daughter there. The Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip was seen playing a role in establishing a carriage driving as a sport in Great Britain.


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