THE QUEEN took her new puppies for a walk at Frogmore, where Prince Harry was staying the night before Prince Philip’s funeral.
The Queen, 94, has been seen for the first time today since the duke’s death Friday before driving a green Jaguar out of Windsor Castle.
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The Royal Looks like she is wearing a bonnet and sunglasses as she walks out of the grounds where the funeral will be held tomorrow.
A guard can be seen standing in the air as she heads to Frogmore Gardens for a walk with her beloved dogs.
On Monday, Prince Harry’s friend Omid Scoobie announced that he will be staying at Frogmore Cottage – just a short walk from where the Queen was discovered today.
Frogmore Garden is the burial place of the Empress Dowager.
This is also the place where the Queen will be buried and when that happens, Prince Philip’s coffin will be moved there so the two can be buried together.
However, it seems that the Queen’s focus today is with her two puppies, a corgi and a dorgi.
Two pups, The names are Muick and Fergus, arriving while Philip was ill in the hospital and helping to cheer His Majesty up.
But this was the first time she had been seen with her own eyes since the tragedy.
She is about to bury her beloved 73-year-old husband in a safe Covid funeral at St George’s Chapel in Windsor tomorrow.
Official seat plans will be announced on Saturday so it’s not certain if she has someone from HMS Bubble to comfort her.
The Palace has confirmed the Queen will be joining a waiting woman as she is brought to service on a Bentley.
But it was understood that she would be sitting alone in the chapel – with the assistant not on the guest list.
This is in spite of the Queen’s waiting ladies becoming part of the HMS Bubble during the time of her lockup as she shields at Windsor Castle.
She will stop to look on her husband’s coffin as it was lowered to its final resting place in a painful final farewell.
An insider said she is “tolerating well” Pre-service, adding: “Final preparations are underway today and she is in control.”
But Philip’s funeral arrangements were overshadowed by petty controversy over what the high-class should wear. Royal.
The Queen has also decided Prince William and Harry alone during the procession when rumors continued to revolve around their rift.
But royal expert Jennie Bond demolished the film and said that Queen should be left well out of it.
She told Sky News: “You have to feel sorry for the queen to manage her family’s sensibility and sensitivity, not just about whether the boys should go side by side or not, but also about who should wear a uniform.
“Andrew wants to wear the admiral uniform he has no right to, and Harry, who would be ashamed of not being able to wear it.
“She had to think about everything, while honestly, a poor woman almost 95 years old and recently widowed, shouldn’t think about these things from my point of view.”
Canterbury Archbishop Justin Welby said he hoped the whole country would pray and condol the Queen during the Duke of Edinburgh funeral, instead of speculating about her health.
Speaking to the BBC, he said: “We really have to avoid evaluating anything outside.
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“She is the Queen. She will behave with the extraordinary dignity and the extraordinary courage she has always done.
“And at the same time she says goodbye to the person she’s been married for 73 years.
“I think it must be a very, very profound thing in anyone’s life and I hope the whole nation, if they believe it, they pray for her, and if not, they sympathize. In their hearts, condolences to her and they hope for her to find strength in what must be a painful moment. “