Buckingham Palace has revealed the 30 guests who will attend Prince Philip’s funeral at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle on Saturday.
Coronavirus The restrictions mean the ceremony had to be scaled down, with just 30 guests allowed, compared to the 800 originally planned.
The shortened guest list includes many Duke of EdinburghHis closest relatives, but his great-grandchildren – including Prince George and Princess Charlotte – will not be there as they were likely deemed too young for televised debates.
The funeral will be on Saturday at 3 p.m. after the the duke’s death last Friday and will be preceded by a minute of national silence.
The leaders of the procession are Prince Charles, Princess Anne, Prince William, Prince Harry, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward.
Here is the full list of all participants:
His partner over 70, there was no doubt that the Queen would attend the funeral.
She had previously described it as her “strength and her stay” and many commented on the closeness of their relationship and the special bond they shared.
Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall
Charles and Camilla were seen watching tributes outside Buckingham Palace on Thursday in their first public appearance together since the Duke’s death.
The prince paid tribute to his “Dear daddy” on the weekends, saying he was “a very special person”.
Princess Anne and Vice-Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence
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This notice was published: 2021-04-15 12:56:00