The expected list of restrictions – compliance with the precautionary limits imposed by Covid and the wishes of the deceased – at tomorrow’s funeral of Prince Philip, spouse of Queen Elizabeth, who passed away almost 100 years ago last Friday after 73 years with Your Majesty. The name and details, carefully examined by the 95-year-old king, have been announced by Buckingham Palace over the past few hours: and among the curiosities also the presence of a (half) aristocrat. Italian, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, husband of a granddaughter of the British Royal couple, Princess Eugenie of York; but above all, the fact that Charles and Diana’s two sons, William and Harry, after parting ways with the Royal Family and moving to the United States, will have separate seats, at least in the church.
Elizabeth’s order confirms that no one will wear a military uniform and the coffin will be paraded on the short trip from Windsor Castle to the adjoining St George’s Chapel in a beloved Land Rover modified as an extravagant funeral car spawn in the Duke’s project. Edinburgh himself. The procession will be led by the heir to the Charles Throne (with the nearly 95-year-old queen waiting inside the church) and beside him are Princess Anna, the second child of Elizabeth and Philip. Behind them are two other children, Andrea and Edoardo, and further back the grandchildren of the dynasty’s main branch, William and Harry: however, who will split in the chapel, separate from their cousin. Peter Phillips, the eldest son of Anna.
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