The funeral will be held at Windsor Castle on April 17.Due to the coronavirus, only 30 people will be able to participate, but it will be broadcast live on TV
London- The death of Prince Philip left a “huge void” in the life of Queen Elizabeth II. Her son Prince Andrew said on Sunday that thousands of grieving citizens continued to place flowers by the gates of Windsor Castle.
The third of the couple’s four children, Andrew, and other members of the royal family came to All Saints’ Church in Windsor. At the time, 99-year-old Philip died in the castle two days later.
Andres said his mother “described this as leaving a huge gap in his life.”
The prince said: “We almost lost the grandfather of the country.” “I am very sorry and supportive of my mother. My mother may feel more regretful than everyone else.”
Her brother Prince Edward said that Felipe’s death was a “terrible shock”, but he said the 94-year-old queen was “persisting in.”
Palace officials and government officials have urged people not to come out in person to pay their respects due to coronavirus restrictions. But today, hundreds of people brought banknotes, cards and flowers to the gate of Windsor Castle, 20 miles (32 kilometers) west of London, while others flocked to Buckingham Palace, the British capital.
“99 years of life and 70 years of service history are worth mentioning,” said Neil Raton.
The funeral will be held at Windsor Castle on April 17. Due to the coronavirus, only 30 people will be able to participate, but it will be broadcast live on TV.
Felipe’s grandson, Henry Prince, resigned from the royal family last year and now lives in California. He will attend the service with other members of the royal family. His wife Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, is pregnant and will not travel.