Future Duke Of Edinburgh
A 1947 British Royal Family photo shows Princess Elizabeth and Lt. Philip Mountbatten (Future Duke Of Edinburgh) posing with Queen Elizabeth (future Queen Mother), British King George VI and Princess Margaret.
A Royal Wedding
Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip wed on November 20, 1947. The royal couple can be seen greeting onlookers from the balcony at Buckingham Palace. The Prince was made Duke of Edinburgh on the morning of their wedding day.
Royal Wedding Portrait
On Nov. 20, 1947, the newlyweds pose for a wedding photo with close relatives and bridesmaids in the Throne Room at Buckingham Palace immediately after their wedding ceremony. Left to right, front row: the King's mother Queen Mary, the Duke of Edinburgh's mother Princess Andrew of Greece, Prince William of Gloucester, Prince Michael of Kent, King George VI and Queen Elizabeth.
And Then There Were Four
In 1951, Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip happily pose with their young son and heir to the throne Prince Charles and their infant daughter Princess Anne.
In August 1951, Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip enjoy some summer fun with their tots, Prince Charles and Princess Anne, on the grounds of Clarence House.
The Duke of Edinburgh demonstrates a playful side with his daughter Princess Anne and son Prince Charles in tow.
The Coronation 1953
The royal family, including Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip, Prince Charles, Princess Anne, the Queen Mother and the Duke of Gloucester, are pictured on the balcony of Buckingham Palace to view the Royal Air Force fly past after the Coronation in 1953.
The Duke of Edinburgh is now officially the Patriarch of the royal family and can be seen enjoying a fatherly moment with his children at this momentous occasion.
Polo Playing Papa
The Queen, pictured with Prince Charles, Princess Anne and one of the Royal corgis, chats with polo-playing Prince Philip at Smith's Lawn, Windsor Great Park, on May 6, 1956.
In May 1959, Canadian photographer Richard Cole captured this informal picture of Princess Anne and Prince Charles joining their parents at Windsor Castle, on the south terrace near the castle's royal apartments.
Silver Wedding Anniversary
The royal family celebrated the Queen and Prince Philip's Silver Wedding Anniversary on Nov. 20, 1972 at Buckingham Palace.
Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh pose with their children Charles, Prince of Wales, Prince Edward, Prince Andrew and Princess Anne.
A Colourful Crew
A second photo shows a colourful side of of the royal family on the Queen and Prince Philip's Silver Wedding Anniversary.
Queen Mother's 80th Birthday
On July 15, 1980, the royal family attends a service of Thanksgiving at St. Paul's Cathedral in London in honour of the Queen Mother's 80th birthday.
Prince Philip can be seen with the Queen Mother and Sir Peter Gadsden who was Lord Mayor of London in 1979 and 1980.
The Queen Turns 42
On April 21, 1968, Prince Philip helps celebrate his wife, Queen Elizabeth II's 42nd birthday with their children at Frogmore House at Windsor Castle.
They're joined by their four children, Princess Anne, Prince Edward, Prince Andrew and Prince Charles at the festivities.
Diamond Wedding Anniversary
On Nov. 18, 2007, Prince Charles and his wife the Duchess of Cornwall, host a dinner for the Queen and Prince Philip at Clarence House.
Prince William and Prince Harry join Charles and Camilla to honour their grandparents' Diamond Wedding Anniversary.
Some of the members of the royal family in attendance were Vice Admiral Timothy Laurence and wife Princess Anne pictured with her daughter Zara Philips, Princess Beatrice, Prince Andrew, Princess Eugenie, Prince Edward and his wife the Countess of Wessex.
A Modern Family Photo
The Queen and Prince Philip are celebrated with a special dinner at Clarence House on their Diamond Wedding Anniversary.
It was the perfect time to snap another royal family portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, the Duke of Edinburgh and their four adult children, Prince Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward.
A Historic Visit
Prince Philip accompanied Queen Elizabeth on a historic State Visit to Ireland in 2011.
It was the first visit by a British Monarch since 1911 and a huge security undertaking as Republican dissident groups made it clear the royals were not welcome.
Marking Prince Philip's Retirement
Australian born artist Ralph Heimans was commissioned by Buckingham Palace of to paint a picture of Prince Philip in his final year as a working royal.
A Final Farewell
The rain didn't stop Prince Philip from attending his final engagement as a working member of the royal family.
In August 2017, in his role as Captain General of the Royal Marines, Prince Philip attended The Captain General's Parade for an emotional event before retiring from public duties.