The senior members of the Royal family who holds military ranks will not wear the official uniform, but instead, they are going to don mourning dress. The funeral is going to take place at Windsor Palace. The question arises as it was asked that Prince Harry, who was stripped from his honorary military title as a sequence to his and Meghan Markle’s stepping down from their roles as senior members of the Royal family. Harry has served for a decade in the army, and he lost his three honorary titles three honorary military titles (Captain-General of the Royal Marines, Honorary Air Commandant of RAF Honington and Commodore-in-Chief, Small Ships and Diving, Royal Naval Command) after his exit from Sussex.Image Credit: BBC
Prince Philip has passed away earlier this month. Prince Harry has returned to the United Kingdom to attend the funeral. While Meghan Markle is still in the United States of America (USA), she is expecting her second child, and she didn’t accompany her husband. According to a Royal source, Meghan is advised by her physician not to travel, and that’s the reason she isn’t going to attend the funeral. Prince Harry is staying at his Frogmore Cottage home in Windsor, where he and Meghan lived before moving to the United States, following the COVID-19 protocols. The Duke of Edinburgh will be laid to rest at St. George Chapel in Windsor Castle, and it will surround by few close family members due to the pandemic. The service will be regarded as a ceremonial royal funeral and not a state funeral.
Royal Family Members Will Not Don Military Uniforms to Prince Philip’s Funeral. The funeral is going to take place at Windsor Castle, and a few family members will attend the service due to the ongoing pandemic and the deadly COVID-19 wave. It will be known as a ceremonial service and not a State funeral. Last Sunday, almost after a year, the Duke of Sussex had returned to the United Kingdom to attend his grandfather’s funeral that is going to take place on Saturday, 17th, April 2020.