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Prince Philip will have his body laid to rest within the private chapel in Windsor Castle on Saturday 17 April, following his passing at the age of 99.
Recently, the details of Prince Philip’s funeral were confirmed and now the guest list for the ceremony has been revealed.
Coronavirus measures mean only 30 people will be able to attend the funeral. Before this, 800 were set to be invited.
The guest list of attendees includes immediate family, including the Queen’s four children, however it was recently revealed Sarah Ferguson will not be in attendance.
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The Duchess of York was not invited to the ceremony, royal sources told The Sun, but she is said to have stuck by the Queen’s side this week as she has mourned the death of her husband.
Three of Prince Philip's German family will attend his funeral and are currently isolating at a home in Ascot.
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Two great-nephews and a cousin are part of a bubble at a home in Berkshire, and they were quietly flown to the UK last weekend, ahead of the funeral.
They are Bernhard, Hereditary Prince of Baden, Prince Donatus, Landgrave of Hesse, and Prince Philipp of Hohenlohe-Langenburg.
The 30 guests attending Prince Philip’s funeral
1. The Queen
2. The Prince of Wales
3. The Duchess of Cornwall
4. The Duke of Cambridge
5. The Duchess of Cambridge
6. The Duke of Sussex
7. The Duke of York
8. Princess Beatrice
9. Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi
10. Princess Eugenie
11. Jack Brooksbank
12. The Earl of Wessex
13. The Countess of Wessex
14. Lady Louise Windsor
15. Viscount Severn
16. The Princess Royal
17. Vice Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence
18. Peter Phillips
19. Zara Phillips
20. Mike Tindall
21. Earl of Snowdon
22. Lady Sarah Chatto
23. Daniel Chatto
24. Duke of Gloucester – The Queen's first cousin, who will attend alongside his wife.
25. Duke of Kent – The older brother to Prince Michael of Kent and Princess Alexandra.
26. Princess Alexandra – The Queen’s cousins and working member of the Royal Family.
27. Bernhard, Hereditary Prince of Baden – The great-nephew of Prince Philip.
28. Prince Donatus, Landgrave of Hesse – The head of the House of Brabant and the German House of Hesse, which is the house into which Prince Philip’s two younger sisters, Cecile and Sophie, got married.
29. Prince Philipp of Hohenlohe-Langenburg – Part of Prince Philip’s wider German family.
30. The Countess Mountbatten of Burma
The details of Prince Philip's funeral were recently confirmed, with the ceremony set to take place on Saturday 17 April at 3pm at St George's Chapel, inside the grounds of Windsor Castle, where the Duke of Edinburgh passed away.
The Duke of Edinburgh, who was said to have wanted little fuss at the ceremony, will have his body laid to rest within the private chapel in Windsor Castle, which is also where Prince Harry and Meghan Markle got hitched.
Prince Philip 1921-2021
The arrangements are codenamed Forth Bridge, after the Scottish landmark and UNESCO World Heritage Site, and alterations have been made to ensure the service is in line with coronavirus measures.
The duke's coffin will be carried to the entrance of Windsor Castle by a Bearer Party of The Queen's Company, 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards.
The coffin will then be placed into a specially modified Land Rover, which Philip helped to design, and it will be transported to St George’s Chapel.
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The coffin will be received at the foot of the West Steps, and the national anthem will play as it enters the Horseshoe Cloister.
A party of Royal Marines will then carry the coffin up the steps, before pausing for the minute’s silence.
The coffin will be received by the Dean of Windsor together with the Archbishop of Canterbury, and most of the procession will stay outside of the chapel, expect for members of the Royal Family and the duke's private secretary Archie Miller Bakewell.
The funeral service will then begin as the coffin enters St George’s Chapel.
BBC One will be broadcasting the service live on April 17 from 3pm.
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