A TEARFUL Prince Charles and Camilla today gazed over flowers and even a mini Land Rover tribute laid in honour for Philip.
Thousands of floral tributes have been left for the Duke of Edinburgh after he passed away aged 99 - with the messages of condolences gathered at Marlborough House.
The flowers and tributes had been left outside both Windsor Castle and Buckingham Palace, but gently moved to a private area to stop crowds gathering over Covid concerns.
And Prince Charles today appeared reflective as he looked over the sea of flowers in honour of his father the Duke of Edinburgh.
The Prince of Wales was pictured looking at the sincere tributes - which have flooded in from people across the country and the globe.
Tearful Prince Charles and Camilla look at flowers and a mini Land Rover laid by mourners in honour of Philip
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