The UK and Royal Family are facing the death of Prince Philip, who passed away at the age of 99.
But will there be a period of national mourning? Here are all the details you need to know.
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Got a mourning time?
As planned in Operation Forth Bridge, it details what will happen during the next hours, days, and weeks. death of Prince Philip, Great Britain has entered a period of national mourning.
This period will last until day funeral of the Duke of Edinburgh, and must be ‘observed’ by all.
What happens in time for mourning?
Over the next few days, you can expect to see a lot of difference in your life together.
These will include flags hanging halfway up the masts and black armbands in the House of Representatives.
You should also look out for newspaper readers dressed in black in front of the screen, pausing some comedy shows on TV and playing quieter music on the radio.
Prince Philip’s siblings – from Princess Margarita to her youngest sister Sophie
When will the Queen return to her duties?
Queen is tracking her own mourning period before her husband’s death, and this will last for eight days.
During this time, she won’t do any public work, and so no new laws will be passed until the mourning time is over.
His Majesty will likely take the time for the Royal Family’s official mourning after the first eight days and will return to his public service at the end of this period.