Buckingham Palace reveals that The Queen is to be accompanied by a lady-in-waiting for her husband’s funeral.
It, however, is yet unclear which of the assistants will be by her side, but the lady-in-waiting will not sit with her inside the chapel because of the Covid-19 restrictions as only 30 people are invited to join the Queen inside the chapel.
The Monarch will also wear a face mask inside the chapel after exiting from the Sovereign’s Entrance of her home in Berkshire at 2:44 pm with a lady-in-waiting by her side. She will site all alone at St George’s Chapel complying with the social distancing restriction because of covid-19.
Major General will be commanding the Household Division, service chiefs, the Duke of Edinburgh’s coffin borne on a custom-built Land Rover hearse alongside the Bentley carrying the Queen will be there followed by the Band of the Grenadier Guards. While members of the royal family will be on foot and Philip’s household staff will also join in.
The Queen has many ladies-in-waiting who assist her in multiple duties from very personal to official ones. It is not yet confirmed which lady-in-waiting will accompany her to the funeral. However, what we are sure of as of now is that there is one going to be selected. However, she will not enjoin her inside the St. George’s Chapel.
Some of the ladies-in-waiting have been assisting the Queen for the past 50-years and we strongly feel that their inclusion will add value to the Queen’s mourning period.
Prince Philip passed away at aged 99.He had been loyal all his life to his Queen. Owing to the Prince’s long life associated with the marines, buglers of the Royal Marines will sound Action Stations during his funeral service.
This song is played on the funerals of naval men.Philip is the main force behind all the arrangements for his own funeral. Only four men will sing at the service and guests will not sing along because of the pandemic restrictions.
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