The Duke of Edinburgh will attend the Trooping the Colour ceremony in honor of the Queen's official birthday tomorrow, a week after leaving hospital.
Prince Philip was admitted to hospital with a bladder infection shortly before the Diamond Jubilee concert on 4 June, after a wet and cold journey down the Thames as part of the jubilee celebrations.
Tonight, he will host a dinner at Buckingham Palace in his role of Colonel of the Grenadier Guards.
The Duke was released from hospital on 9 June, a day before his 91st birthday.
He had appeared to be in good health when he accompanied the Queen on the royal barge, the Spirit of Chartwell, for the Diamond Jubilee river pageant on 3 June.
But his admission to hospital the next day meant that he could not join the Queen at the final events to mark her 60 years on the throne, including a concert outside Buckingham Palace and a royal procession and appearance on the palace balcony.
Sixty years and hardly a slip.