HRH Prince Philip and Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth in Northern Ireland

Looking back at some of the Royal visits by the Queen and Prince Philip

Friday, 9th April 2021, 2:15 pm
Updated Friday, 9th April 2021, 2:18 pm
Duke of Edinburgh visiting Harland and Wolff..during the Jubilee visit...JUly 77  Ref 280/77/bw
Duke of Edinburgh visiting Harland and Wolff..during the Jubilee visit...JUly 77 Ref 280/77/bw

Prince Philip was born in Corfu, Greece on 10 June 1921. He was the only son of Prince Andrew of Greece and his mother was Princess Alice of Battenberg, hence giving him the title of ‘Prince of Greece and Denmark’.

Duke of Edinburgh visiting Harland and Wolff during the Jubilee visit..July 77 Ref 280/77/bw
An RUC oficer salutes Prince Phillip as he enters the Kings Hall to officially open the 1991 Ulster Motor Show During his swift one day visit.
Her Majesty the Queen and Prince Phillip at Stormont as they drove around the grounds watched by thousands
Prince Philip waves to well-wishers during a visit to Crumlin Road jail in June 2014. Picture - Kevin Scott / Presseye
The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh pictured at a Reception & Civic Lunch at Royal Portrush Golf Club, County Antrim. The Duke of Edinburgh is pictured meeting Alan Simpson.
The Duke of Edinburgh meets patients and staff in the Physiotherapy unit of the Police Rehabilitation and Retraining Trust (PRRT) in Hollywood, Co. Down on the second day of the royal visit to Northern Ireland.
Queen Elizabeth II and the her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh travel by steam train along the North Antrim coast from Coleraine to Bellarena, during the second day of her visit to Northern Ireland to mark her 90th birthday.
Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh during a visit to Bushmills Village, where she is unveiling a statue of Robert Quigg, VC, during the second day of her visit to Northern Ireland to mark her 90th birthday.
Queen Elizabeth II and the her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, during a visit to the Giant's Causeway on the Co Antrim coast during the second day of her visit to Northern Ireland to mark her 90th birthday.
The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh wave to the cheering crowds from a window in Hillsborough Castle - 14 miles from Belfast - on the first day of their two-day Silver Jubilee visit to Ulster.
Queen Elizabeth II and Duke of Edinburgh at Hillsborough Castle, Belfast during filming of the Antiques Roadshow on the third and final day of her visit to Northern Ireland.
Queen Elizabeth II during a walk around St. Georges Market in Belfast, on day two of their visit to Northern Ireland.
The Duke of Edinburgh meets recipients of the Duke of Edinburgh award at Hillsborough Castle, Belfast, at the beginning of a three day Royal visit to Northern Ireland.
Aircraft workers at Short Brothers and Harland in Belfast give a royal welcome to Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, during their tour of the hangar on their way to a naming ceremony. The royal couple named a four-engine Short Solent flying boat "Aotearoa 11", the first aircraft produced in Belfast by the Short concern. The Flying boat has been built for the Tasman Empire Airways, New Zealand, and is one of four to go into service on the New Zealand-Australia route.
The Duke of Edinburgh arrives at St Anne's Church of Ireland in Belfast with the Queen for the first engagement of the final day of their Jubilee Tour of Northern Ireland.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth 2nd accompanied by her husband The Duke of Edinburgh (left) and Northern Ireland First Minister, David Trimble on the steps of Stormont Parliament buildings in Belfast, Northern Ireland this evening, during her Golden Jubliee tour of the UK.
The Duke of Edinburgh (left) is accompanied by managing Director of Fisher Engineering Works, Ernie Fisher (centre right) as they walk across a new footbridge towards Fisher Engineering Works at Ballinamallard, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland.
Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh leave St. Macartin's Cathedral in Enniskillen, County Fermanagh, accompanied by Dean Kenneth Hall (left) and Lord Anthony Hamilton (right) during a two-day visit to Northern Ireland as part of the Diamond Jubilee tour.
Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh arrive at St. Macartin's Cathedral in Enniskillen, County Fermanagh, during a two-day visit to Northern Ireland as part of the Diamond Jubilee tour.
The Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh pictured at a Reception & Civic Lunch at Royal Portrush Golf Club, County Antrim. The Duke of Edinburgh is pictured meeting Alan Simpson.
Queen Elizabeth II, Princess Anne and the Prince of Wales about to board the Royal Yacht Britannia at Southampton to join the Duke of Edinburgh for their visit to Northern Ireland.
The Union flag-draped coffin of Lord Mountatten rests on a catafalque during the funeral service in Westminster Abbey. Royal mourners are (l/r) Queen Elizabeth II, her husband The Duke of Edinburgh, Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother and the Prince of Wales
Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke Of Edinburgh visit the Giants Causeway on June 28, 2016 in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom.
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh signs the visitors book at Hillsborough castle as they leave for their final engagement in Coleraine on June 25, 2014 in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The Royal party are visiting Northern Ireland for three days.
Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip,Duke of Edinburgh admire a gift held by Northern Ireland First Minister Peter Robinson and watched by Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness during a visit to the Lyric Theatre on June 27, 2012 in Belfast, Northern Ireland.