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Prince Philip enjoys a carriage ride at Windsor Castle

MailOnline Wednesday, 7 November 2018
Prince Philip enjoys a carriage ride at Windsor CastlePrince Philip, 97, was spotted driving through the grounds of Windsor Castle on Wednesday for the second day in a row despite the cold and rainy conditions in Berkshire.
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