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Time To Lego: Prince Philip Retires From Miniland Duties

The Legoland Windsor Resort is retiring Prince Philip from his royal Miniland duties after he officially stepped down from public service.

Legoland Prince Philip

Last week the Duke of Edinburgh carried out his final solo official engagement before retiring at the age of 96.

So it was only right that Legoland retired their Lego Prince Philip from his royal Miniland duties too.

The tiny 10cm tall figure has also been remodelled with his now famous bowler hat, which he wore for his last public engagement meeting with Royal Marines in the grounds of the palace, being added.

An even tinier 'Gone Fishing' sign has also been strung over the gate of Miniland Buckingham Palace.

Legoland Prince Philip

Lauren Moss, Senior PR for Legoland Windsor Resort, said:

"The Queen and Prince Philip visited our miniature Lego Buckingham Palace in Miniland back in 2003, so we thought it was only right to wish the Duke of Edinburgh a very happy retirement by marking the occasion in Miniland in our own Legoland way."