Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, husband of Queen Elizabeth II of England. Due to restrictions imposed by the fight against the coronavirus, it will be buried in the royal crypt of Windsor Castle in the family circle this afternoon.
Buckingham Palace said that the funeral will begin at 3:40 pm, when the coffin parade will hold a funeral procession and remain silent across the country, leaving the private chapel of the castle.
After the service was held in St. George’s Church, the Archbishop of Canterbury lowered the coffin to the royal tomb and blessed it.
According to the current health measures in England, the farewell party was attended by only 30 guests, most of whom were members of the royal family.
Queen Elizabeth II, four children, eight grandchildren, the Queen’s niece and nephew, and three of her relatives will participate in the ceremony.
In addition, the prince’s German relatives Bernhard, Crown Prince Baden, Prince Donatus, Landgrave of Hesse and Prince Philip of Hohenlohe-Langenburg will also be present.
Prince Philip’s close friend, the Countess of Mountain Barton, Myanmar, will also attend the funeral. The prince died on April 9 at the age of 99. The funeral will be broadcast live on TV.