British media reported on Thursday that Queen Elizabeth of the United Kingdom made a ruling on a dispute over royal male clothing at the funeral of her husband, Prince Philip.
Prince Philip passed away last week at the age of 99. His funeral will be held at Windsor Castle on Saturday.
Traditionally, in this case, members of the royal family wore military uniforms that embodied honorary military titles, but problems have always revolved around the uniforms of Prince Harry and Prince Andrew.
According to British media reports, Harry, 36, moved to the United States with his wife Meghan and son Archie and resigned from his royal duties and lost military sponsorship. He wanted to accompany his grandfather in his wedding dress. Uniform.
According to media reports, the 61-year-old Andrew (Andrew) retired after allegedly defrauding the rich American Jeffrey Epstein (Jeffrey Epstein) after a scandal. He wanted to become the uniform of the admiral and participate in his father. Funeral.
Since only two princes are active soldiers, Harry in Afghanistan and Andrew in the 1982 Falkland Islands conflict, these two stories make things more complicated.
Buckingham Palace declined to comment, but the Daily Mail reported that the Queen has decided that all male members wear dark suits.