CelebrationPrince Philip Through the Years (PHOTOS)06.10.11CelebrationPrince Philip Through the Years (PHOTOS)Prince Philip turns 92 on June 10. From boating as a schoolboy to dining with the Obamas, see pictures from his charmed life.06.10.11 10:00 AM ETAP; Getty (right)Prince Philip Turns 92Queen Elizabeth II’s husband celebrates his 92nd birthday on June 10. From meeting American presidents to boating as a schoolboy, The Daily Beast takes a look back at his charmed life. Pool photo by Anthony Devlin A New Honor Queen Elizabeth II presents Prince Philip with the Order of New Zealand, the country’s highest honor, at Buckingham Palace on June 6, 2013. John Stillwell, Pool / AP PhotoRoyal PairPrince Philip joins Queen Elizabeth on the River Thames in London to watch her Diamond Jubilee Pageant on June 3, 2012. Hundreds of boats sailed down the river in a tribute to her 60 years on the throne. Pool photo by Adrian DennisGolden JubileeOn June 4, 2002, Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip watch from the balcony of Buckingham Palace as a Concorde flies overhead during her Golden Jubilee celebration. Roughly six weeks earlier, Philip set a record for being the longest-serving consort of a British monarch. He bested Queen Charlotte’s record of 57 years and 70 days. WPA Pool / Getty ImagesA Solemn MomentQueen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip attend a service for the Order of the British Empire at St Paul’s Cathedral on March 7, 2012, in London. Jewel Samad, AFP / Getty ImagesDinner With the Obamas Prince Philip and Queen Elizabeth II dine with President Obama and first lady Michelle Obama in London in May 2011. Anwar Hussein Collection, ROTA / Getty ImagesTogether All These YearsTo mark their diamond wedding anniversary in November 2007, Queen Elizabeth ll and Prince Philip visit Broadlands in Hampshire, the spot where they spent their wedding night. Charles Dharapak/APMeeting the BushesPresident George W. Bush and first lady Laura Bush welcome Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip to the White House for a state dinner on May 7, 2007. Tim Graham / Getty ImagesThe Hat SquadPrince William, in uniform as an officer cadet, chats with his grandfather Prince Philip on the steps of the Old College after the Sovereign’s Parade at Sandhurst Military Academy in April 2006 in Surrey, England. At the time, William was in the middle of the British Army’s rigorous 44-week officer-training program. Jeff J. Mitchell / AFP / Getty ImagesThe Sad, Long WalkThe world watches on in sorrow in September 1997 as the Duke of Edinburgh, William, Earl Spencer, Harry, and Charles walk behind the coffin of Diana, Princess of Wales, on the way to the funeral at Westminster Abbey. Hundreds of thousands of mourners lined the streets of Central London to watch the funeral procession. A week earlier, the princess died in a car crash in Paris. Lana Harris/APA Friendly HandshakePrince Philip welcomes first lady Nancy Reagan to a banquet at Buckingham Palace hosted by Queen Elizabeth II during an economic summit in June 1984. Express Newspapers / Getty ImagesPolite ConversationPresident Richard Nixon chats with Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip during a trip to London in February 1969. Fox Photos, Hulton Archive / Getty ImagesOfficial BusinessQueen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip tour Delhi on January 21, 1961, during a state visit to India. Bert Hardy / Getty ImagesJust for LaughsFrank Sinatra and other celebrities share a laugh with Prince Philip during a Variety Club of Great Britain benefit for the National Playing Fields Association in London on December 29, 1951. Keystone / Getty ImagesGrowing FamilyIn August 1951, then–Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip appear with 2-year-old Prince Charles and Princess Anne, who was a year old. J. A. Hampton / Topical Press Agency / Hulton Archive / Getty ImagesThe Duke at the BatPrince Philip captains a team of England and county cricketers called the Duke of Edinburgh XI, against Hampshire, in Bournemouth, Dorset, in September 1949. APMeeting the (American) PressDuring a visit to America, Prince Philip stops by NBC’s Meet the Press on November 9, 1969, to comment on Soviet leader Nikolai Podgorny. In Philip’s estimation, Podgorny lacked importance outside his own country. Popperfoto / Getty ImagesA Royal WeddingPrincess Elizabeth, now Queen Elizabeth II, and Prince Philip leave Westminster Abbey, after their wedding on November 20, 1947. The ceremony was broadcast by the BBC to 200 million people around the world. Keystone / Getty ImagesQueen’s CoronationOn June 2, 1953, newly crowned Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip wave at the crowds from the balcony at Buckingham Palace. The U.K. had a major celebration in 2012, the diamond jubilee of the queen’s 1952 ascension to the throne upon her father’s death. Paul Popper / Popperfoto / Getty ImagesThe Boy PhilipPrince Philip is pictured as a boy, puttering around the school boat, called Prince Louis. He later served in the Royal Navy and was involved in the Battle of Crete, the invasion of Sicily, and in the Pacific theater.