Tributes to the Duke of Edinburgh have continued following his death at the age of 99 at Windsor Castle.
The Prince of Wales has paid tribute to his "dear papa", the Duke of Edinburgh, saying that he and the Royal Family miss him "enormously".
Speaking from his Highgrove home in Gloucestershire, Prince Charles said over the last 70 years his father had "given the most remarkable, devoted service to the Queen, to my family and to the country, but also to the whole of the Commonwealth".
Prince Edward and Prince Andrew have visited the Queen at Windsor Castle.
Gun salutes have been fired across the UK, in Gibraltar, and at sea in memory of the Duke of Edinburgh.
The Honourable Artillery Company fired the gun salute from the bank of the River Thames near the Tower of London.
The gun salute by The King's Troop, Royal Horse Artillery took place at the Parade Ground, Woolwich Barracks, in south-east London.
Members of the 104th Regiment Royal Artillery fired from the grounds of Cardiff Castle.
Members of the 105th Regiment Royal Artillery fired a 41-round gun salute at Edinburgh Castle.
Soldiers from 206 Battery, 105 Royal Artillery took part in a salute at Hillsborough Castle in County Down.
Crew members on HMS Montrose fired her Salting Gun while docked in Duqm, Oman.
The Royal Gibraltar Regiment fired from the British overseas territory's naval base.
Jockeys and trainers observed two minutes of silence to honour the memory of Prince Philip before the start of racing on Grand National Day at Aintree.
There were periods of silence before all Premier League and English Football League matches, with players and officials wearing black armbands.
Members of the public continued to leave floral tributes and cards at Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle.
People were allowed to approach the Buckingham Palace gates one-by-one to lay their flowers in an effort to reduce the size of the crowd amid coronavirus restrictions.
People have been asked not to gather at the royal residences because of the pandemic. The Royal Family has opened a book of condolence online.
A tribute to Duke of Edinburgh was also displayed alongside the nave at Westminster Abbey in central London.
Earlier in the day, the flag over the Sydney Harbour Bridge was flown at half-mast, as was the flag over Australia's Parliament House in Canberra.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said memories of Prince Philip would be of his candour and of a unique, forceful and authentic personality.
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