Further details on the timings of Prince Philip’s funeral have been revealed. The proceedings will take place on Saturday afternoon and will stay within the grounds of Windsor Castle to avoid crowds gathering during the coronavirus pandemic, but will be televised to the nation. Here is what we know about what will happen and when. 2.20pm to 2.27pm Members of the Royal Family who are not in the procession begin arriving at St George’s Chapel, where the service is taking place. These include the Duchess of Cambridge and the Duchess of Cornwall. 2.27pm The band in the quadrangle begins to play music. The Land Rover which will carry the Duke of Edinburgh’s coffin will enter the quadrangle. It has been specially modified and designed by the duke himself . A lifelong fan of Land Rover, the duke spent 16 years on the project and made changes including requesting a repaint in military green. 2.38pm The Duke of Edinburgh ‘s coffin will be lifted by members of The Queen’s Company, 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards. 2.40pm The music will stop. What we know about Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral arrangements – codenamed Operation Forth Bridge 2.41pm The coffin will emerge from the state… Read full this story
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