Prince Philip's Funeral Details: Prince Harry 'Will Be Attending', Buckingham Palace Confirms
Prince Philip has recently passed away at the age of 99 and, just one day after his death, details of the funeral have already emerged. Not only that, but it is also known that Prince Harry will attend the ceremony.
This Saturday, it was announced that the Duke of Edinburgh's funeral will be taking place on April 17 and will be held at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle.
It has also been reported that the ceremony will only be attended by 30 members of the Royal family, including Prince Harry who will be traveling all the way from the United States to pay his respects to his grandfather.
MEGHAN WILL PROBABLY NOT ATTEND
The 36-year-old Prince will be returning to the U.K for the first time in over a year after moving to California in 2020 with Meghan and their son, Archie.
As aforementioned, the guest list is limited to only 30 people and it is expected that the Duke's immediate family, such as his children and grandchildren, will make up for most of those seats.
Until the service, the Duke will lie in rest at a small and private chapel at Windsor Castle.
Aside from a shorter guest list, those attending the funeral will also have to comply with the COVID-19 guidelines, so everyone will be required to wear a mask and respect the two-meter social distancing rule.
It is known that the funeral service will take start at 3 p.m. with a national minute's silence and will only take place within the grounds of Windsor Castle.
There will be no public processions and the only way to witness the ceremony will be on television, as it will be broadcasted around the world. The public is advised not to travel to Windsor or any other royal palace.
Prince Philip's body will be transported to St. George's chapel in a Land Rover designed by himself on the day of the funeral. Until then, the Duke will lie in rest at a small and private chapel at Windsor Castle.