UK's Prince Philip to retire from royal duties

The husband of Queen Elizabeth II is stepping down from all royal duties later in the year. Prince Philip - the Duke of Edinburgh - turns 96 next month and is retiring from his programme of events.

    The husband of Queen Elizabeth II is stepping down from all royal duties later in the year.

    Prince Philip - the Duke of Edinburgh - turns 96 next month and is retiring from his programme of events.

    But, Buckingham Palace says there'll be no change to the engagements the Queen will carry out.

    Al Jazeera's Barnaby Phillips reports from Buckingham Palace.


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