The Duke of Edinburgh left hospital this morning after being treated for an infection which forced him to miss the State Opening of Parliament and Royal Ascot.
The 96-year-old spent the last two nights King Edward VII's Hospital in London after suffering from an infection triggered by a 'pre-existing condition'.
The Duke, who was admitted on the advice of a doctor, left from the rear of the private hospital just before 10am today and was driven away.
The setback - which came amid a schedule of engagements that would challenge a man half his age - forced the Duke to miss the State Opening of Parliament and some of Royal Ascot.
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