Due to the Corona virus epidemic, only thirty were able to attend the funeral of Prince Philip, who died at the age of 99, but millions were able to follow the broadcast of the ceremony in St. George’s Church live. Second. Elizabeth’s husband planned everything meticulously, from designing and moving the sarcophagus to arranging songs in a Gothic church. Many elements of the farewell ceremony evoked the spirit of the Navy, of which Prince Philip had been a member since the age of 17, and which he remained faithful to until his death as a WWII veteran.
Before the funeral, led by Windsor Dean, Bishop David Conner and Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, a major one-minute silent journey was honored for the Prince of the United Kingdom. Commentators on British TV have confirmed that the 94-year-old queen – who was sitting alone in a black mask at the ceremony held on the bench near the coffin – is now back to her responsibilities, who continue to support her with members of her family.
The effect party was short, but we think subtle elegance and restraint would have delighted the long-lived prince of the Philippines. Rest in peace!
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