How the Royals Will Continue to Honor Prince Philip After His Funeral

Prince Philip was laid to rest at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor on April 17.

After the service, Queen Elizabeth II, who was married to the Duke of Edinburgh for 73 years before he passed away at the age of 99 on April 9, led the royal family members from the chapel via the Galilee Porch.

Her Majesty was followed by Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of CornwallPrince WilliamKate Middleton and Prince Harry were also seen walking together after the funeral. 

According to Buckingham Palace, the rest of the royal family’s day will be spent privately. CBS reported there will be a small family gathering and that the 30 royals who attended the funeral will be there. 

The ceremonial funeral began with a procession that was led by the band of the Grenadier Guards.

The coffin was carried by a Land Rover the Duke of Edinburgh helped design during his lifetime.  

Members of the royal family later joined the procession.

Prince Philip and Queen Elizabeth II’s four children, Prince Charles, Princess AnnePrince Andrew and Prince Edward, walked behind the coffin along with the couple’s grandchildren Prince William, Prince Harry and Peter Philips. Princess Anne’s husband Vice Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence and Earl of Snowdon, David Armstrong-Jones, son of the late Princess Margaret, were part of the procession, as well. The queen joined the rear of the processional and traveled with her lady-in-waiting in the state Bentley.

Before the funeral service began, there was also one minute of silence.

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