April 17 The funeral of the Queen’s husband Prince Philip will be held at 3 p.m. British time on The World Daily reported. Ahead of the funeral, Queen Elizabeth II shared a photo of her past with Prince Philip via the British royal family’s social media account.
The photo was reportedly taken in 2003 while the Queen and Prince Philip were enjoying a holiday in Coyles of Muick, Scotland. They were there for walks and picnics, and the Queen, because she loved the place so much, named her new Kirkie dog Muick.
Reportedly, from the photos, the Queen and her wife can be seen in front of the camera to show a happy smile. Philip sat on the right side of the Queen, with his left elbows on the ground and half lying on the grass, comfortable and comfortable with a beige bucket hat on her right knee, while the Queen wore a green top with a red plaid skirt.
The Queen wants to share this private photo taken with the Duke of Edinburgh in Coyles of Scotland in 2003, the royal family said on the social networking site. This picture was first made public.
In addition, the British royal family posted several other photos of the Queen and her wife on social networking sites, writing, “The Queen and the Duke’s long marriage has witnessed their mutual support, years of royal duties together, and the common upbringing of the family.”
On April 9th Prince Philip died at Windsor Castle in west London at the age of 99, and Britain declared an eight-day national mourning and two weeks of royal mourning.
Earlier reports said people would observe a minute’s silence before the funeral began. Prince Philip’s coffin will be transported from Windsor Castle to St George’s Church in a Land Rover car he was involved in designing, which will be covered with his Duke’s flag, garb and the Duke of Edinburgh’s navy cap and sword. After the funeral service, the remains will be buried in the Royal Chamber at Windsor Castle.