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The Duke of Sussex and Duke of Cambridge are sitting opposite one another in St George’s Chapel, as the brothers bid farewell to their grandfather.
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The Queen is bidding a final farewell to her beloved husband in an intimate Covid-secure funeral like no other at St George’s Chapel.
The nation has fallen silent in memory of the Duke of Edinburgh as his funeral marking a life of service, devotion and duty began.
The Queen turned to her loyal lady-in-waiting, Lady Susan Hussey, for support on the day of the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral.
The Queen has emerged from Windsor Castle to lead the royal family in mourning at the funeral of her beloved husband, the Duke of Edinburgh.
The military have taken a pivotal role in the funeral for the Duke of Edinburgh, who had a distinguished career in the Royal Navy.
The card on the wreath left for the Duke of Edinburgh by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in St George’s Chapel was handwritten by Meghan, who is watching the funeral on television from her home in the US.
Members of the royal family have gathered at Windsor for the Duke of Edinburgh’s final farewell.
Members of the armed forces will feel an “overwhelming feeling of sadness” on Saturday as they bid farewell to the Duke of Edinburgh.
Hundreds of people gathered in the midday sunshine to watch as the King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery processed along the Long Walk in Windsor ahead of the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral.
First Minister Mark Drakeford has sent a flower wreath to the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral to offer “sincere condolences” from the people of Wales.
The Queen had the difficult choice of selecting just 30 guests for the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral.
A man has been charged with trespassing at Buckingham Palace with a knife.
Members of the public have expressed their sadness that original plans for the funeral of the Duke of Edinburgh could not proceed in Windsor.
Windsor was centre stage as the nation prepared to say goodbye to the Duke of Edinburgh on the day of his funeral.
The nation is saying farewell to the Duke of Edinburgh during a televised funeral at St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle following his death last week at the age of 99.
Final preparations for the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral have begun ahead of the Queen and her family saying their farewells to Philip.
Imported coronavirus variants are unlikely to set lockdown easing back to “square one” because immunity from vaccines “won’t just disappear”, according to a key figure on the UK’s immunisation committee.
The Duke of Edinburgh’s “unwavering loyalty” to the Queen and his “courage, fortitude and faith” will be marked at his funeral.
A woman with cerebral palsy has said the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award taught her she can “do what anyone else can do”.
Twitter has confirmed some users may be experiencing an outage on its platform.
Preparations to farewell Philip and a breakthrough on Covid vaccinations for pregnant women lead the Saturday papers.
A rather warm afternoon is expected for the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral, forecasters have said.
The perils of ocean storms, tales of huge sea monsters and prayers for those who go out in ships will be heard at the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral.
A touching photograph of the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh that gives a glimpse of their lives away from protocol and ceremony has been released on the eve of Philip’s funeral.
The royal family have shared touching pictures of the Duke of Edinburgh looking lovingly at his wife at different stages of their lives.
Members of the Armed Forces will be taking part in the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral to “honour their special relationship” with Philip, a spokesman said.
It was a “serious error of judgment” to think that military barracks could be suitable to house asylum seekers, the Independent Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration has said.
The Queen has spoken with Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau, who noted the “special relationship” the Duke of Edinburgh had with the Commonwealth country.