Queen Elizabeth sat alone at the funeral of Prince Philip, keeping the royal but lonely figure
Queen Elizabeth is sitting alone at the funeral of Prince Philip this Saturday, keeping the royal but lonely figure. She will continue to be the monarch, but now she will be a monarch alone.
The queen sat with her family in a simple but bleak ceremony held in Windsor Castle in accordance with the strict rules of social distancing caused by the mild coronavirus.
Although if the award ceremony is for someone else, then her 73-year-old husband will always be by her side, because he has served the crown all his life.
The entire royal parade and funeral were carried out on the grounds of the castle. This is a 950-year-old residence, located 20 miles and 30 kilometers west of London, and was broadcast live on TV.
Hundreds of people lined up on both sides of the street outside the castle to pay tribute to the prince. Some people are holding EU flags and flowers, while others are wearing masks with royal photographs.
According to tradition, the country paid tribute to Felipe and observed a minute of silence. The whole of Britain observed at 3 pm. The beginning and the end were marked by the firing of the Royal Forces cavalry cannon.
Philip’s body was transported to St. George’s Church in Land Rover Castle designed by the prince himself. Followed by members of the royal family, including Prince William and Prince Harry, this is their first appearance since Harry and his wife Meghan conducted a controversial interview with the TV host Oprah Winfrey. They discussed the difficulties in the lives of the royal family members at the meeting. The way the brothers separated.