Prince Philip funeral: Only 30 in attendance – Who will have made it?

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His Royal Highness Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, passed away peacefully at Windsor Castle on Friday morning, April 9. Although pprince Philip is the longest-serving husband in British history, he did not want a state funeral.

He will be granted his wish-and more than that-as a result of the epidemic. Only 30 guests may attend the private ceremony. Who will make it?

When Prince Philip died he became “Operation Forth Bridge.

As prominent members of the royal family, both Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip had their funerals planned years in advance. According to Town & Country, the Queen and her palace officials have been planning for her funeral since the 1960s. Several times a year they hold meetings to refine and rehearse those plans.

When Queen Elizabeth does indeed die, Her Majesty’s private secretary will be the first to break the news to the parties involved. However, they must speak in code. The funeral plan for Queen Elizabeth is known as “Operation London bridge.” When she dies, the code to deliver the news of her death will be passed as “London Bridge is down.”

 

Prince Philip also had a code for his death. When he died, he was referred to as “Operation Forth Bridge.” This is a reference to the UNESCO World Heritage Site in Edinburgh.

Final interpretation to be determined

Due to pandemic restrictions, Prince Philip’s funeral will be even more low-key than the strict instructions he left behind. The Queen is still deciding on the final details. But according to Express, the private ceremony will be conducted at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor.

Due to the strict rules for gatherings in the UK, the number of funeral attendees is limited to 30. It is expected that the majority of attendees will be members of the royal family. However, a few politicians may also attend.

Who will be allowed to attend Prince Philip’s funeral?

Guests at the funeral are expected to include Prince Philip’s wife, Queen Elizabeth, and their four children and spouses. Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, Princess Anne and her husband Timothy Laurence, Prince Edward and Sophie Countess of Wessex, and Prince Andrew. That brings the number of guests to eight.

 

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The queen’s eight grandchildren are also expected to attend, along with their significant others and spouses. Among them are Prince William and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, and their three children: Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.

Prince Harry will attend without Meghan Markle

Prince Harry is expected to fly to the United Kingdom via private jet for the funeral. However, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex and Archie Harrison are expected to remain in the United States. Meghan is currently pregnant and just a few weeks away from her due date.

Also attending will be Zara Tindall, her husband Mike Tindall and brother Peter Phillips. Princess Eugenie and her husband, Jack Brooksbank, will also attend. As will Princess Beatrice and her husband, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to attend Prince Philip’s funeral.

Other family members who might attend Prince Philip’s funeral are the two children of Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex: Lady Louise Windsor and James, Viscount Severn. They are reportedly among the Queen’s favorites.

 

Peter and Zara may also bring their children. Zara has two daughters and a son: Lena, Mia, and baby Lucas. Peter is the father of two daughters, Isla and Savannah. In addition to the family members, Prime Minister Boris Johnson is also expected to be invited.

St. George’s Chapel will not be open to the public.His Royal Highness Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, passed away peacefully at Windsor Castle on Friday morning, April 9. Although pprince Philip is the longest-serving husband in British history, he did not want a state funeral.

He will be granted his wish-and more than that-as a result of the epidemic. Only 30 guests may attend the private ceremony. Who will make it?

When Prince Philip died he became “Operation Forth Bridge.

As prominent members of the royal family, both Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip had their funerals planned years in advance. According to Town & Country, the Queen and her palace officials have been planning for her funeral since the 1960s. Several times a year they hold meetings to refine and rehearse those plans.

When Queen Elizabeth does indeed pass away, Her Majesty’s private secretary will be the first

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