Prince Philip spotted with the Queen for first time since hip surgery

Prince Philip spotted with the Queen for first time since hip surgery

At the time, it was said that hip replacement patients have to walk aided for the first four to six weeks after surgery, meaning the Duke could be using a walking stick at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding on 19 May at Windsor.

The 96-year-old husband of Queen Elizabeth attended the Royal Windsor Horse Show and was photographed driving his wife to the event and speaking to her from inside the vehicle.

E! Online says that Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip were among hundreds of horse enthusiasts who attended the horse show on the Windsor property.

The Duke of Edinburgh has made his first appearance in public since he underwent hip operation last month. Buckingham Palace said that the Duke of Edinburgh's hip surgery was a planned procedure and that he continues to recover satisfactorily.

There had been concerns he would not be well enough to attend his grandson Prince Harry's wedding to Meghan Markle.

His royal highness joined hundreds of spectators for the final day of the five-day event, which includes global jumping and dressage in the picturesque castle grounds.

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The Prince, 96, braved the pain as he started his journey back towards good health this morning as he sped around Windsor in a royal Land Rover.

Meanwhile, The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead has reminded those hoping to catch a glimpse of the royal couple to arrive prepared for a long day.

Sat in a shaded area to shelter herself from the sun, the Queen was also seen holding a pink rosette after one of her own horses finished fifth.

Lady Louise is already an accomplished horsewoman and has previously competed in carriage driving at the event.

His appearance at the show, where he was seen chatting with the Queen, appears to remove any doubt over whether he will attend the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in Windsor next weekend. Windsor Castle was made with almost 40,000 legos.

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