The royal household is saying their last farewells to Prince Philip.
On Saturday, April 17, members of the royal household emerged from Windsor Castle to start their stroll to St. George’s Chapel. The Band of the Grenadier Guards, in addition to different army officers, walked in entrance of the customized Land Rover carrying the coffin. The car—which Prince Philip had a hand in designing—was flanked by Royal Marine Corps officers, who acted because the pallbearers.
Following intently behind the inexperienced truck had been Princess Anne and Prince Charles within the first row, then Princes Edward and Andrew. In the third row, the Duke’s grandchildren Prince William, Peter Phillips—Anne’s son—and Prince Harry walked collectively solemnly.
Bringing up the rear, had been Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence, the Earl of Snowdon and extra members of the Duke’s family.
At the top of the procession was Queen Elizabeth II and a girl-in-ready, who each rode to the chapel within the state Bentley.