The Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip, has died aged 99.

Prince Philip, who would have celebrated his 100th birthday in June, passed away on Friday, April 9.

The Duke had been self-isolating with the Queen as part of a 'HMS bubble' in nearby Windsor Castle, where the royals received their Covid-19 vaccines.

Prince Philip had officially retired from his royal duties in May 2017 when he reached the age of 96.

Since 1952, he has completed 22,219 royal engagements on his own.

We take a look back at his various royal engagements in Buckinghamshire.

All archive pictures have been sourced from swop.org.uk.

Bucks Free Press: The Duke of Edinburgh watching students engaged in furniture design, College of Further Education, Queen Alexandra Rd, High Wycombe. May 1967The Duke of Edinburgh watching students engaged in furniture design, College of Further Education, Queen Alexandra Rd, High Wycombe. May 1967

Bucks Free Press: Members of the Royal Family, The Queen, Prince Philip, Princes Andrew and Edward, on an official visit to Harrisons factory, Hughenden Avenue, High Wycombe. May 1972Members of the Royal Family, The Queen, Prince Philip, Princes Andrew and Edward, on an official visit to Harrisons factory, Hughenden Avenue, High Wycombe. May 1972

Bucks Free Press: Prince Philip on a visit to the Forest Products Research Laboratory, Princes Risborough. April 1952Prince Philip on a visit to the Forest Products Research Laboratory, Princes Risborough. April 1952

Bucks Free Press: The Duke of Edinburgh visits Woodrow High House, Amersham in 2013The Duke of Edinburgh visits Woodrow High House, Amersham in 2013

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Bucks Free Press: The Duke of Edinburgh visiting the College of Technology and Art in Queen Alexandra Road, High Wycombe. May 1967The Duke of Edinburgh visiting the College of Technology and Art in Queen Alexandra Road, High Wycombe. May 1967

Bucks Free Press: The Duke of Edinburgh being shown wood-forming equipment during his visit to the Forest Products Research Laboratories, Princes Risborough. April 30, 1952The Duke of Edinburgh being shown wood-forming equipment during his visit to the Forest Products Research Laboratories, Princes Risborough. April 30, 1952

Bucks Free Press: Two women, one called Jackie Blake, being presented to Prince Philip. Location unknown. Around the 1960sTwo women, one called Jackie Blake, being presented to Prince Philip. Location unknown. Around the 1960s

Bucks Free Press: Prince Philip at Woodrow High House, Amersham, with Lord-Lieutenant Sir Henery Aubrey FletcherPrince Philip at Woodrow High House, Amersham, with Lord-Lieutenant Sir Henery Aubrey Fletcher

Bucks Free Press: The Duke of Edinburgh on a visit to the Forest Products Research Laboratory, Princes Risborough. April 1952The Duke of Edinburgh on a visit to the Forest Products Research Laboratory, Princes Risborough. April 1952

Bucks Free Press: The Duke of Edinburgh being shown laminated wood-bending techniques during his visit to the Forest Products Research Laboratories, Princes Risborough. April 30, 1952The Duke of Edinburgh being shown laminated wood-bending techniques during his visit to the Forest Products Research Laboratories, Princes Risborough. April 30, 1952

Bucks Free Press: Prince Philip visits Woodrow High House, Amersham, in 2013Prince Philip visits Woodrow High House, Amersham, in 2013

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Bucks Free Press: The Duke of Edinburgh being shown a piece of kiln-dried oak during his visit to the Forest Products Research Laboratories, Princes Risborough. April 1952The Duke of Edinburgh being shown a piece of kiln-dried oak during his visit to the Forest Products Research Laboratories, Princes Risborough. April 1952

Bucks Free Press: The Duke of Edinburgh being greeted on his arrival at the Forest Products Research Laboratories, Princes RisboroughThe Duke of Edinburgh being greeted on his arrival at the Forest Products Research Laboratories, Princes Risborough

Bucks Free Press: Visit by Duke of Edinburgh to Technical College, High Wycombe. May 1967Visit by Duke of Edinburgh to Technical College, High Wycombe. May 1967

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Janet Doreen Holmes Paul

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My thoughts are with Her Majesty after the sad loss of Prince Philip. I lost my husband of 66 years last year to coronavirus, and it is still difficult.

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R I P you will be missed, condolences to the royal family

Maurice Fleisher

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At the time the Duke was Patron of the British Kinematograph and Television Society and during some of his industry visits. I was twice honoured to be presented to him and to shake his hand at functions I attended. He was charming and showed genuine interest.

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Caroline wren

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The world has lost a wonderful roll model. Sympathies and great love to his wife and family. Rest in peace. Prince of my heart ❤

John Rayne-Davis

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A great man who influenced us all. He was an example of service of service to our nation. Deepest sympathy to Her Majesty the Queen.

Sarah Gammon

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We are all sorry to hear of the sad passing of his Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh. Our sincere condolences to her Majesty, The Queen and the Royal family. He will live on in the legacy that he leaves to our nation. Sarah, Jo and Mitch Gammon. John Sargent.

Catherine Young

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Our sincere condolences to Her Majesty The Queen and The Royal Family on the very sad loss of HRH Prine Philip. A true gentleman until the end. We thank him for his service to our country, he was much loved and will be sorely missed by all. Sending our thoughts and prayers. The Young family

Peter Rawbone

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What a great man. His devotion to his Wife, Queen, Family and Country was an inspiration to all. I will never forget seeing him at Windsor Castle driving his coach and horses at incredible speeds with a piece of cotton wool in his ear!

Andrea Reed

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RIP Prince Philip, You will be missed by all. Our hearts go out to the Queen and her family at this sad time. He will always be with you in you hearts and minds, never will he be forgotten.

Julie Ross

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Thoughts and prayers go to Her Majesty and the royal family on the sad loss of the Duke of Edinburgh. He will be greatly missed by all.

Sherry Tucker

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May you rest in peace, our love and thoughts are with the royal family at this sad time x

Kerry Diane Smith

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It is a sad day that the nation will remember. The sad loss of a true gentleman. Rest in perfect paradise Remembered forever

Sharon Gausman

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Our thoughts are with the queen and all the family at this extremely sad time.

James Stafford

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Prince Phillip has always been a man I have respected for the way he hasn't flinched from speaking his mind and being true to himself and this country. He stood up and spoke out what he believed in and I pray we get more men with back bone like him. The world is a poorer place without him. My thoughts and condolences are with the royal house hold, we will all grieve his passing.

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Sending my deepest condolences to Her Majesty The Queen and the Royal Family at this incredibly sad time of the The Duke of Edinburgh's passing. We mourn as a nation and keep the Royal Family in our thoughts and hearts during this difficult time, God bless you all.

Geraldine Quinn

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R I p Duke of Edinburgh condolences to the queen and royal family xx

Bill Thompson ADCS USN (ret)

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Another member of the Greatest Generation /veterans crosses the bar.. We won't see their type of character again sadly..

Ricki Akhter Hussein(community advocate)

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Inna Lillahe wa Inna Elaih Raji’oon... May His Soul Rest in Peace🇬🇧