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From 2002 to 2006, Philip spent an average of 139 days a year on engagements, compared with 121 days from 2012 to 2016.
Last year, the total was 110 - which was still higher than the number for his grandchildren William (80) and Harry (86) and for William's wife Kate (63).
Wearing a bowler hat and rain coat the Duke did not let a heavy downpour affect his final day which was staged in Buckingham Palace's forecourt.
The Duke of Edinburgh waved warmly to the crowds, acknowledging their cheers and was described as 'chirpy' by a senior officer.
Looking at the group of marines he made them laugh with the quip: 'You all should be locked up.'The Queen's Consort announced in May he would be retiring from royal engagements, a decision which was fully supported by the Queen and was not medically related.
Prince Philip has boasted excellent health for a 95-year-old and insists he has not had the flu for more than 40 years.
The 1,664 mile running challenge began in Plymouth on April 25 with Royal Marines running 16.64 miles a day for 100 days, with the gruelling trek due ending at Buckingham Palace today.
The Duke met some of the runners including two Royal Marines who have completed the entire distance.