The late Duke of Edinburgh was a much-loved and much-admired figure by his family and by millions of people around the world.
Aside from being a famous consort, Prince Philip had many other strings to his bow. Whether it was his environmental work, his cooking skills or love of carriage driving, the Duke was certainly a man of many talents.
The Queen and her husband were married for 73 years before his death earlier this year at the age of 99.
During his impressive nine decades, Prince Philip achieved a lot and even became the first person in the UK to have success with this rather niche pastime.
The late Duke of Edinburgh was famous for many things – his quick-wit, his no-nonsense attitude and his love of carriage driving, but what about his hidden talent for truffle-farming?
Prince Philip was an avid gardener as well as a great supporter for UK agriculture. But did you know he also became the first person to farm black truffles from British soil?
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