Prince Philip has left King Edward VII’s hospital after his longest stay.

Police had previously blocked vehicle access to the private hospital in central London, where the Duke of Edinburgh was recovering from heart surgery.

Four police officers had arrived on motorcycles to join a dozen police officers at the hospital entrance.

Philip was hospitalized for the first time on February 16, before moving to St. Bartholomew’s Hospital two weeks later, where he underwent surgery for a pre-existing heart condition.

Days later, he was taken back to King Edward VII’s hospital.

The Duke, who is the longest-serving consort in the country and will be 100 years old in June, left the hospital on Tuesday morning on the back of a black BMW.

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