THE Duke of Edinburgh’s life as a family man and a military hero can be seen in a series of photographs that were colourised as a tribute to the royal.
One shows him with the Queen and their children Prince Charles and Princess Anne after the announcement of the Her Majesty’s third pregnancy in 1959.
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Prince Philip wears a chequered shirt with a neckerchief at the Ottawa Barn Dance in 1951Credit: Mediadrumimages
The four royals were also seen pictured in 1955 with The Shah of Persia and his wife, Queen Soraya during a private visit to the UK.
The Duke was photographed wearing a chequered shirt with a neckerchief as he danced at the Ottawa Barn Dance in 1951.
Another image shows the royal sitting proudly as he posed for a photo wearing his uniform of Marshall for the Royal Air Force in 1953.
While his heart lay at sea with the Royal Navy, Philip was a keen aviator. He received his wings in 1953 and clocked up more than 6,000 flying hours.
In another picture, the late Prince can be seen giving a salute on board a military vehicle as he passed through Edinburgh in 1948.
He put his feet up in a another colourised shot taken at the River Dee in Cheshire in 1970.
And another picture shows a fresh-faced Philip beaming as a youngster in 1935.
The Duke of Edinburgh wearing his uniform of Marshall for the Royal Air Force in 1953Credit: Mediadrumimages
The late royal gives a salute on board a military vehicle as he passes through Edinburgh in 1948Credit: Mediadrumimages
Prince Philip, the Queen, Charles and Anne pose with the Shah of Persia and Queen SorayaCredit: Mediadrumimages
The royal couple with Prince Charles and Princess Anne as young childrenCredit: Mediadrumimages
A fresh-faced Philip beaming as a youngster in 1935Credit: Mediadrumimages
Another colourised shot taken beside the River Dee in Cheshire in 1970Credit: Mediadrumimages