The Duke of Edinburgh has died, Buckingham Palace has announced.

Prince Philip was the longest-serving consort in British history would have celebrated his 100th birthday in June.

The duke dedicated decades of his life to royal duties before retiring from his royal duties in May 2017 when he reached the age of 96.

He was married to the Queen for more than 70 years and had been self-isolating with the Queen as part of a 'HMS bubble' at Windsor Castle.

The sad news has brought in tributes from all over the country including Bucks MPs.

Wycombe MP Steve Baker said: "It is with great sadness that we learn Prince Philip passed away today.

"He lived an incredible life of devotion to our country, amongst other things transforming millions of young lives for the better through The Duke of Edinburgh's Award.

"I will remember Prince Philip for his selfless public service, his humour and for his support to the Queen for over seven decades.

"He was a fixture of our national life and we shall miss him.

"Our hearts go out to her Majesty the Queen."

Beaconsfield MP Joy Morrissey's tribute

Milton Keynes North MP Ben Everitt said: “I’m deeply saddened to learn His Royal Highness Prince Philip has passed away.

"The Duke of Edinburgh's dedicated service and commitment to our country over many decades will never be forgotten.

“From his distinguished and honourable service in the Royal Navy to inspiring young people across the country with the Duke of Edinburgh Award his lifetime of service has touched so many people.

“My thoughts are with Her Majesty The Queen and the Royal Family at this awful time.”

Buckingham MP Greg Smith's tribute

Milton Keynes South MP Iain Stewart said: "I am deeply saddened by the passing of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, and my thoughts and prayers are with Her Majesty the Queen and the Royal Family.

"He was inspirational and gave so much to the nation, and was held in deep affection in return.

"I had the enormous privilege of meeting him on a number of occasions, most memorably when he accompanied The Queen on a visit to Bletchley Park in my constituency.

"May he rest in peace."

Aylesbury MP Rob Butler's tribute