The Duke of Edinburgh | Consort, conservationist and champion of the young
On his marriage to Princess Elizabeth in 1947, the Duke of Edinburgh became a part of the British Royal Family and, as the Queen's consort, is recognised as one of Britain's hardest-working royals.
To mark the year of his 90th birthday, this collection focuses on his enthusiasm for conservation and creating opportunities for young people. We recall some of the key moments in his public and private life including the birth of his first child, Prince Charles, and the foundation of the Duke of Edinburgh's Award scheme.
Crowds cheer as the happy couple emerge from Westminster Abbey.
Crowds chant 'We want Philip' after the birth of Prince Charles.
The Duke of Edinburgh talks about the importance of skills in the modern workplace.
Four teenagers grill the Duke of Edinburgh about his life and work.
Public awareness about threats to the environment can save the world.
What drives people to do the Duke of Edinburgh's Award?
The Duke of Edinburgh warns of the catastrophic effects of human behaviour on the environment.
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