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Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

(1921-), Consort of Elizabeth II

Sitter associated with 214 portraits
The son of Prince Andrew of Greece, Prince Philip married The Queen in 1947 when she was Princess Elizabeth. He was created Duke of Edinburgh on their wedding morning, and a Prince of the United Kingdom in 1957.

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Queen Elizabeth II; Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, by Donald McKague - NPG P1581

Queen Elizabeth II; Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

by Donald McKague
bromide print, December 1958, published April 1959
NPG P1581

Queen Elizabeth II; Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, by Donald McKague - NPG P1590

Queen Elizabeth II; Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

by Donald McKague
bromide print, December 1958, published April 1959
NPG P1590

Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh; Queen Elizabeth II, by Donald McKague - NPG P1591

Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh; Queen Elizabeth II

by Donald McKague
bromide print, December 1958, published April 1959
NPG P1591

Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh; Queen Elizabeth II, by Donald McKague - NPG P1592

Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh; Queen Elizabeth II

by Donald McKague
bromide print, December 1958, published April 1959
NPG P1592

Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh; Queen Elizabeth II, by Donald McKague - NPG P1593

Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh; Queen Elizabeth II

by Donald McKague
C-type colour print, December 1958, published April 1959
NPG P1593

Queen Elizabeth II and her family, by Patrick Lichfield - NPG P1577

Queen Elizabeth II and her family

by Patrick Lichfield
bromide print, November 1967
NPG P1577

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