The funeral of Prince Philip of the United Kingdom will be held on April 17. Due to the British corona rules, this will be a small family ceremony. Buckingham Palace reports.
Queen Elizabeth’s husband passed away yesterday at the age of 99. Before Philip said goodbye, Britain carried out eight days of national mourning.
The palace spokesperson also reported that Prince Harry will attend the funeral of his grandfather. His wife Meghan stayed in the United States on the advice of an American doctor because of her pregnancy.
The relationship between Harry and Meghan (Heg and Meghan) and other British royal families has been interrupted, including the most recent one Smoker interview Couple in Oprah.
No state burial
It was announced yesterday that due to the corona measures taken by the UK, Philip will not participate in the state funeral and the public will not be able to say goodbye to him. The award ceremony will be on TV.
Buckingham Palace announced that Philip had personally helped plan the service, which was silent for one minute from 4pm Dutch time. The ceremony was held in the chapel of Windsor Castle. Philip was buried in the tomb of the royal family.
Complain to the BBC for rain
After the death of Philip, who has been struggling with his health in recent months, the mourning rains of world leaders, celebrities and other royal families have fallen. British Prime Minister Johnson praised Philip as “a well-loved and respected public figure.”
Prince Charles said today that the royal family is “very grateful” for his support to “Dear Dad”. Charles said: “This will help us make up for this loss when we are very sad.”
The BBC did receive many complaints about the cause of the prince’s death. The audience and listeners thought it was too concerned.
After Philip’s death, the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) fundamentally changed its programming, resulting in the cancellation of many radio and television programs. Many viewers left one after another. The viewing rates of BBC1 and BBC2 are both less than a week.
Once, the BBC decided to put a special complaint form on the website because it received a lot of complaints. The BBC does not want to say exactly how many people filed complaints.