Will Prince Philip be a Cofing Day service tonight?
Buckingham Palace spokeswoman confirmed that there is no "no expectation" that Prince Philip will be present.
The Queen and other members of the Royal Family attend the event held at Cenotaph on November 11th.
The 97-year-old person officially retired of royal duties in May 2017, but attended last year's service at Whitehall.
Tonight the Royal Annual Memorial Festival will be held at the Royal Albert Hall.
The event will be hosted by journalist Huw Edwards and will include performances by Sir Tom Jones, Sheridan Smith, Sir Bryn Terfel, Tom Fletcher and Danny Jones, Sheku Kanneh-Mason and the King's Choir.
Royal Air Force Central Band and the Royal Marines EM Band will also go to the stage.
Many of the Royal Family are expected to attend according to Kensington Palace.
This includes, The Queen, The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall, Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Duke of York, Earl and Wessex Wester, The Royal Princess and Vice-Admiral Sir Tim Laurence, Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, Duke Talking to the Prince and the Princess Michael, Kent.
However, Prince Philip has not listed as an attendant.
When it comes to royal engagements, Duke of Edinburgh tends to see how it feels on the morning and incident.
The last time the Duke was seen in public was Eugenie's wedding to Jack Brooksbank's wife in October.
His grandson's marriage also attended Meghan Markle in May.
Philip has reset his hips in April, provoking health fears after he has stayed there hospital for six days.
Buckingham Palace announced a statement after the surgery saying: "The Duke of Edinburgh has had a new hip hip surgery. It's going on satisfactorily at this early stage."
"His Royal Highness is likely to stay in it hospital for several days. It's comfortable and in a good spirit. "
However, it seems that the hip replacement has slowed down the Dug as it has been in the picture four times this year, taking horses out on tour since its operation.