This portrait, now in the Royal Collection was produced in 2017 to commemorate the Duke of Edinburgh’s retirement from public duties at the age of 96. Set in The Grand Corridor at Windsor Castle, the private quarters of the Royal couple, the Duke is depicted in Windsor evening attire wearing the sash of the Order of the Elephant, Denmark's highest-ranking honour. Born a Prince of Denmark, his ancestry spans both the British and the Danish Royal Families. Windsor Castle, holds special significance for the Duke since the end of the Grand Corridor is the Tapestry Room where his mother, Princess Alice, and maternal grandmother, Princess Victoria were both born. In the painting on the right of the portrait, The Family of Queen Victoria in 1887 by Tuxen, they both appear in the company of Queen Victoria who is sitting in the Green Drawing Room at Windsor Castle, surrounded by members of her family.