Prince Philip Presents Medals in Edinburgh

  August 12, 2013 at 8:47 am by

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The Duke of Edinburgh made his first public appearance in almost two months today, presenting medals in Scotland.

He presented the Royal Medals, which are awarded for contributions to life sciences, physical and engineering sciences, humanities and social sciences, and business and commerce, at the Royal Society of Edinburgh to Professor Sir John Cadogan, Professor Michael Ferguson and Sir Ian Wood. He is an Honorary Fellow of the RSE, and has presented the medals eight times since 2001.

Prince Philip said that it was a “great pleasure to be back in circulation.” He will now travel up to join Queen Elizabeth at Balmoral for their annual summer break.

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