The Duke of Edinburgh’s love of carriage-driving will be a poignant feature of his funeral, with his carriage, which he designed himself, and ponies making an appearance.
Boris Johnson will watch the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral on television from his country residence of Chequers, Downing Street said.
The Duchess of Cambridge will be attending her first televised royal funeral as the Duke of Edinburgh is laid to rest.
The Duke of Edinburgh’s coffin will descend into the Royal Vault during his funeral service, lowered by an electric motor.
Action Stations, sounded on naval warships to signal all hands must go to battle stations, will be played at the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral at Philip’s specific request.
The Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral will be profoundly different to services held for royal family members before him, with coronavirus restrictions to have a huge impact on arrangements.
The Duke of Edinburgh’s project to custom build his own Land Rover hearse spanned 16 years, with Philip requesting a repaint in military green and designing the open top rear and special “stops” to secure his coffin in place.
Here is the full list of guests who will attend the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral:
The Duke of Edinburgh’s carriage-driving companion – one of his closest confidantes – Countess Mountbatten of Burma will join mourners at Philip’s funeral.
A judge met a defendant, who is charged with wielding an axe near Buckingham Palace, in his cell after he refused to come out for his hearing.
Almost 70 years ago an abdicated king returned from the US for a royal funeral, while his American wife was absent.
A man has been charged after he allegedly wielded an axe near Buckingham Palace.
An axe-wielding man has been arrested near Buckingham Palace, police have said.
The Duke of Edinburgh’s eight grandchildren are mourning the loss of their “Grandpa”.
The Duke of Cambridge told how the Duke of Edinburgh’s presence helped him through “the hardest days” over the years, as he expressed his gratitude for Philip’s “kindness” towards the Duchess of Cambridge.
The Duke of Cambridge and the Duke of Sussex’s affection for their “Grandpa” the Duke of Edinburgh was always to clear to see.
The Duke of Cambridge has paid a heartfelt tribute to his grandfather the Duke of Edinburgh, describing him as an “extraordinary man and part of an extraordinary generation”.
Preparations for the Duke of Edinburgh’s carefully choreographed final send-off are swiftly being put in place behind the scenes.
Leaders from the four corners of the UK will pay tribute to the Duke of Edinburgh on Monday as the royal family mourns the loss of “the grandfather of the nation”.
The Queen said private prayers for her beloved Duke of Edinburgh as she attended a Sunday mass in Windsor Castle.
The Duke of Edinburgh’s coat of arms featured a bare-chested man holding a club and clad in a loincloth made from a lion’s skin.
Following his funeral, the Duke of Edinburgh will be privately interred in the Royal Vault of St George’s Chapel – but this will not be his final resting place.
The Queen has described the death of her husband the Duke of Edinburgh as “having left a huge void in her life”.
The Duke of Edinburgh has been remembered in prayers across the nation as members of the royal family joined a church congregation to mourn their loss.
Well-wishers of different generations and nationalities are arriving at Buckingham Palace to pay their respects to the Duke of Edinburgh.
A 101-year-old veteran and former Queen’s Bargemaster has shared his memories of the late Duke of Edinburgh, recalling their jokes and Philip’s occasional reprimand.
The royal family are being helped through this “particularly sad time” by the public outpouring of support following the death of the “much-loved” Duke of Edinburgh, the Prince of Wales has said.
Here is what we have learned from Buckingham Palace ahead of the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral.
Buckingham Palace has announced that the Duke of Edinburgh’s ceremonial royal funeral will take place on April 17 in St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle.
The Duke of Edinburgh’s coffin will be transported in a ceremonial procession to his funeral on a Land Rover he helped to design.