The Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip, died on April 9th at the age of 99 after a long battle with the illness according to the British royal family. He will be laid to rest on Saturday at Windsor Castle's chapel.
According to the Mirror, his wife Queen Elizabeth will have to perform some rituals before the final send-off of her late husband. It reported that the Queen will pause for a final 'moment of reflection' with Prince Philip just before the funeral procession begins.
It will also be the last time the two will be together after more than 70 years of marriage.
The monarchy is also expected to look at the coffin from the Queen's moving car while it heads to the ceremony that will be held in the chapel.
The guests who have been invited are just 30 because of strict Covid-19 restrictions in the country. The Queen will sit by her own while wearing a mask like everyone.
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