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Test Queen conducts first official engagements since Prince Philip’s funeral

5pm: The Queen has thrown herself back into official duties after her period of mourning for the Duke of Edinburgh came to an end.

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Raking it in... The ex-Army captain clears up leaves Raking it in... The ex-Army captain clears up leaves

Hewitt turns over a new leaf... as gardener on £4k a year

AFTER decades of mixing in high society, he must have seen his fair share of beautiful estates and exquisitely manicured lawns.

Dividends: Sir Philip Green with his wife Tina Dividends: Sir Philip Green with his wife Tina

Sir Philip’s retail empire collapses

13,000 jobs at risk – with £250m pension black hole

Fictional glare: Prince Philip (Tobias Menzies) gazes menacingly at Princess Diana (Emma Corrin) in the latest series of The Crown Fictional glare: Prince Philip (Tobias Menzies) gazes menacingly at Princess Diana (Emma Corrin) in the latest series of The Crown

In his 100th year, Philip deserves better than to be the target of the cruellest lie of all

FROM the outset, The Crown has set out to sensationalise and distort the story of the Royal Family. But of all the many falsehoods, exaggerations and, frankly, downright lies presented as truth, there is a moment in the final episode of the this latest, fourth, series that must surely count as the most wretched and disgraceful.

Consort’s consort: Prince Philip has been close to Penny Romsey for decades, pictured in 1975... Consort’s consort: Prince Philip has been close to Penny Romsey for decades, pictured in 1975...

'I saw Philip and Penny gliding around the dance floor. They didn’t give a damn who saw them or what anyone might say'

WHEN Prince Philip found out that his young wife had become Queen, his reaction was one which those closest to him would never forget. ‘He looked absolutely flattened, as if the whole world had collapsed in on in him,’ recalled his friend Mike Parker, who had been in the Kenyan bush with the Royal couple when the news of George VI’s unexpected death reached them. ‘He saw immediately that the idyll of his life and of their life together had come to an end.’

Statuesque: Windsor’s East Terrace Garden as it is today Statuesque: Windsor’s East Terrace Garden as it is today

Philip’s secret garden

Pack a picnic — Windsor haven designed by the Duke opens to public