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As the Queen's husband, his main role in life has been to make her look good.But Prince Philip has emerged as something of a style icon in his own right, after being ranked 12th in a list of Britain's best-dressed men.GQ magazine has placed the 94-year-old way ahead of his grandson Prince Harry, in at 38, and above his famously dandyish son, Prince Charles, who doesn't appear on the list at all.Editors at the magazine have praised Philip's 'time-honoured style' and his 'services to classic British tailoring'.Woollen wonders: The Duke — pictured in Australia in 1957 —has been wearing these trousers for nearly 60 years.

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I can't recall a time when I have ever made him a three-button suit.I think he liked the idea of the tweed of the jacket being a little higher up, so we did a high roll on it.'While most men now buy their suits off the peg from any number of shops, the Duke of Edinburgh has stuck with just a handful of old-fashioned outfitters.His underwear is made by the Scottish firm Lyle & Scott and, since 1956, his shoes have come from John Lobb Ltd, while his hats are by James Lock & Co, both of Jermyn Street.But it's the Prince's hand-made suits that really make him stand out.

According to his tailor, it helps that he has an athletic figure, despite the countless state banquets and rich meals he is obliged to consume.'He's got a fabulous physique,' says Kent.

'There's not an ounce of fat on him, which is why he wears his clothes so well. He's got fairly long legs, and he doesn't carry much weight.''He was a 31in waist when I first measured him, and he's now only a 34. I've never had to let out any of his clothes, whereas I don't own a single garment that hasn't been let out at some point.' Bang on target: A family portrait in 1959. It's got two slit pockets on the breast he could slip his hands in to keep warm.