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Prince Phillip Millitary Hearse Arrives at St George's Chapel For Requiem, Graced With State Funeral

The Duke of Edinburgh is set to be buried today in the evening at windsor castle. Prince Phillip was the husband of queen Elizabeth I I having been married for 73years.

Prince Phillip has been granted state funeral for his enormous role in diplomatic roles, and even taking great care of the queen. His death was marked with gunfires at all cities of England and the other member countries of UK.

Prince Phillip died of Friday 9 April this year. A special Requiem will be conducted at St George's Chapel and thereafter lowering of the casket. Prince Phillip made the hearse in form of land Rover for 16 yrs that will carry his coffin. This has happened Today. He also made a carriage to be pulled by his two ponies.

Prince Phillip served in the royal navy during world war II and diligently delivered a nice task. Queen Elizabeth admits that his husband has left a vacuum and the world owes him alot.

Different insignia will be laid at the altar in St George's Chapel. This will represent His Royal Highness prince Phillip status. Some will represent variety of countries and institutions while others to represent field Marshal baton and Roya air Force wings.

The number to attend the funeral is limited to 30 people due to covid 19 pandemic. England has lifted some of the tough measures and now has opened schools, games and sports and other social centres. Social gatherings have been replaced with local gatherings.

All member states of Commonwealth have been represented in the event.

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