The Duke of Edinburgh has left hospital following a month-long stay.
Prince Philip left the private King Edward VII's Hospital in central London in the back of a black BMW on Tuesday morning.
He underwent heart surgery on 3 March, just three months before his 100th birthday.
This has been his longest-ever hospital stay.
Prince Philip was initially driven by car from Windsor Castle to London's King Edward VII's Hospital after feeling unwell.
Two weeks later he was moved across London by ambulance to St Bartholomew's Hospital.
He had a successful procedure on a pre-existing heart condition at St Bartholomew's on 3 March, before being transferred back to King Edward VII's to recuperate and to continue his treatment.
The Duke was visited in King Edward VII's Hospital on 20 February by his eldest son, the Prince of Wales, who made a 200-mile round trip and stayed for about 30 minutes.
Prince Philip has spent most of the lockdown at Windsor with the Queen, alongside a reduced household of staff, dubbed 'HMS Bubble'.
The couple, who have been married for 73 years, received their first COVID-19 jabs in January.
At the start of the year, he gave his approval to a motto adopted by HMS Magpie, one of the Royal Navy's smallest ships.
In 2020, Prince Philip handed over his role as Colonel-in-Chief of The Rifles to the Duchess of Cornwall during a rare public appearance.
Cover image: The Duke of Edinburgh left the hospital on Tuesday (Picture: PA Images/Alamy Stock Photo).