The preparations for the royal funeral are still continuing, and due to coronavirus restrictions, the funeral will be in a different format from other activities.
Madrid (EUROPA PRESS). -The British Ministry of Defence announced that Britain will begin the farewell ceremony of Prince Felipe, Duke of Edinburgh, on Saturday. He died last Friday at the age of 99 and died on Friday at 41 o’clock.
At the same time, preparations for the royal funeral are still continuing. Due to coronavirus restrictions, the form of this funeral will be different from other ceremonies.
In the past few hours, the United States and Japan have expressed international condolences for the death of Queen Elizabeth II’s husband.
A tribe in a remote island country in Vanuatu will pay special attention to the ceremonial dismissal prepared for him. The tribe regards Prince Philip as the reincarnated god, and will accept his death through ritual mourning and ritual dance.
This community living on the island of Tana, a former Anglo-French colony, revered the Duke of Edinburgh and believed that he was the reincarnation of an ancient warrior who left the island for war.
Felipe died this Friday at the age of 99, leaving a legacy of more than seventy years of public appearances, which made him a modernist of the British monarchy until he reached the royal family in 1947, Isolated from the world. Proceed from the reality of the country.
According to a statement issued at Buckingham Palace, the husband of Elizabeth II, accompanied by the longest monarch in British history, “has died peacefully in Windsor Castle.” He was physically hanged outside the residence, but he has been removed to avoid crowds in the covid-19 pandemic.