Remembering the Duke

Prince Charles & Camilla Tear Up Over Touching Prince Philip Tributes

Prince Charles & Duchess Camilla Tear Up At Prince Philip Tribute

Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla have paid an emotional visit in memory of Prince Philip. Today, they stepped out to see tributes left by the public at the Marlborough House Gardens near Buckingham Palace. The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall appeared moved by the endless flowers and loving messages. The Duke of Edinburgh passed away at age 99 last week and his funeral will be held this Saturday.

Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla have been moved by the public's outpouring of love following the loss of Prince Philip.

Today, the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall stepped out to view the incredible tributes left by well-wishers at the gardens of Marlborough House, near Buckingham Palace in London.

Prince Charles, Duchess Camilla tear up at Prince Philip tribute

Charles, 72, and Camilla, 73, were seen observing the endless line of flowers, art, and personalized items and cards left by the public in memory of the Duke of Edinburgh. Duchess Camilla was photographed wiping away a tear during the sombre outing.

Understandably, Prince Charles also appeared emotional as he took in the tributes to his late father, who passed away at the age of 99 on April 9. In his first statement following the loss, Charles had called his father "a very special man."

Prince Charles tears up visiting public tributes after Prince Philip's death.

On social media, Clarence House shared close-up pictures of the tributes, which included cards with handwritten messages about Prince Philip, envelopes addressed to The Queen, personalized artworks, and a model Land Rover labelled: "The Duke. RIP."

Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla's Thursday visit to the tributes at Marlborough House Gardens comes six days after Prince Philip's passing, which sadly coincided with their 16th wedding anniversary on April 9.

The Duke of Edinburgh's funeral will be held this Saturday, April 17, at St. George's Chapel in Windsor. It's now also been confirmed that family members will not wear military uniforms to the ceremony.