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There will be plenty of opportunities to tune in. It will be shown live on television.

The day after Prince Philip's death, the Queen's daughter-in-law Sophie, Countess of Wessex tearfully told people gathered outside Windsor Castle that "the Queen has been wonderful".

When and where is the ceremony?

Ahead of the ceremony, the duke's coffin - which will be draped with his personal flag, and will have his sword, naval cap and a wreath of flowers laid on top - will be taken to the chapel from Windsor Castle in a procession led by the Band of the Grenadier Guards.

After the service, Philip will be interred in the royal vault in St George's Chapel. CBS and CBS News will air the ceremony in the U.S. CNN International and BBC International will also broadcast the proceedings. However, events on this historic day will begin much earlier. Pacific on CNN International.

Images of key moments in the couple's marriage were also shared on the royal family's social media accounts, as most newspapers reflected on her deep personal loss. Pacific on its official YouTube channel.

Coronavirus restrictions in England mean only 30 people, socially distanced, are allowed to attend funerals.

Elizabeth has always sought to set an example for the nation during her long reign, and face coverings are required in England under rules created to slow the spread of COVID-19.

An employee from the local branch of Waterstones tweeted: "Due to unforeseen circumstances, we'll be opening a little late today!"

Only Queen Elizabeth and members of Prince Philip's family have been invited to attend - leaving notable names like Prime Minister Boris Johnson off the guest list.

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry's wife, will not be attending after she was not cleared by her physician to travel from California to the funeral. Harry, 36, and his wife, Meghan, last month gave an interview to US television host Oprah Winfrey in which they said royal staffers were insensitive toward Meghan and that an unidentified member of the royal family made racist comments.

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Harry and William will not walk next to each other during the funeral procession.

"This will really give a chance for the royals to remember his life in a very peaceful and quiet way". The TD5 130 Land Rover in military green, seen in the pictures, was designed for over 16 years and Prince Philip was an active participant in the whole process.

It is a chapel the Duke created himself from some underused space he'd found during the building works which followed the 1992 Windsor Castle fire.

He joined the Royal Navy in 1939, the same year he first met Elizabeth, and served during World War II.

Prince Philip's two ponies, Balmoral Nevis and Notlaw Storm, who have indulged his passion for carriage driving in his later years, will be in the Quadrangle as the procession steps off.

What kind of ceremony is it?

Prince Harry with Prince Philip in 2015. Queen Elizabeth's mother, Elizabeth Angela Marguerite Bowes-Lyon, also had a ceremonial royal funeral.

A minute gun fired and a bell tolled during the sedate, eight-minute journey.

The Archbishop of Canterbury, who will preside over the service with the Dean of Windsor, was seen entering the Chapel.

Buckingham Palace has confirmed the Queen, like all 30 guests invited to the service, will wear a face mask during the funeral, which will last for 50 minutes.

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