Buckingham Palace announced that Prince Philip’s funeral will be held next Friday, April 17. Prince Philip passed away this Friday at the age of 99.
Buckingham Palace announced that the funeral of the 99-year-old Prince Felipe who died this Friday will be held at St. George’s Church at 3:00 pm on April 17 (Saturday). Windsor.
According to a report by the British Broadcasting Corporation BBC, at this ceremony, which is not a state funeral, the lives of the service will be “preserved and reflected” in an appropriate manner in the case of the coronavirus pandemic.
Members of the British royal family will be present, including the Duke of Sussex, and he will clearly start from the United States to participate.
After Saturday’s ceremony, Felipe will be buried in the royal tomb in the church of San Jorge. The Duke of Edinburgh launched the same Saturday tribute cannon shots across the UK and announced eight days of national condolences. The national flag will fly over the half staff of the official building until 8:00 am the next morning. His funeral.
Prince Felipe will not have a burning church, so there will be no public events so that the people can say goodbye to the Queen’s spouse, because one of the most frequently repeated requirements is that they should not concentrate on Buckingham or anywhere else. Avoid being infected by the coronavirus and request donations to charitable organizations from the official website of the royal family. Yes, a virtual condolence book has been published.
The Prince of Wales said: “My dear’Dad’ (Spanish) is a very special person. I think he will be surprised by his reaction and the movement. Carlos from England In the news released this Saturday.
In expressing his “gratefulness” with his family, he added: “We are deeply moved by many people from all over the world and the Commonwealth. I believe they will feel sad and sad.”
Carlos explained that he will miss it “very” and emphasized “the most outstanding and dedicated service to the queen, my family and the whole country”