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'Mr Kent, the son of a carpenter, went into tailoring simply because he loves clothes. The great long waistcoat worn by the man behind him is all wrong, while the Duke's is just right' Top brass: Philip in the same trousers on the annual Scottish island cruise in 2006.He clearly remembers his first visit to Buckingham Palace, when he was instructed by his boss to measure the Duke for his trousers. The waistcoat must always be half-an- inch above where the coat is, never below.'I just got on with the job and kept my head down,' he says. That's absolutely correct.' High roller: In the same year, Philip visited a parish church near Sandringham.Woollen wonders: The Duke — pictured in Australia in 1957 —has been wearing these trousers for nearly 60 years.'Those trousers are full pleats, grey wool, traditional stuff,' says tailor John Kent. We trimmed the sides down, he used to wear them very full''He's got a fantastic eye,' says John Kent, of the small Piccadilly firm Kent, Haste & Lachter. He's not a dandy like some of our customers — he doesn't go in for weird coloured linings. Kent, who began training as a 15-year-old apprentice in London's East End in the Sixties, met the Queen's husband while working as an assistant to the Prince's then tailor, Edward 'Teddy' Watson, who worked for the military and royal firm Hawes & Curtis.
'Sometimes people come in and ask if my suits are any good,' he says.