Prince Harry, the Governor of Sussex, will be in attendance funeral of his grandfather Prince Philip in the UK on April 17 without Meghan Markle, of the Duchess of Sussex, said a spokeswoman.
Meghan, who is pregnant, did not get permission from the hospital to travel, the prophet said.
Funeral will be held next Saturday in St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle, according to the Palace. Thirty relatives have attended the funeral as guests in accordance with the official guidelines of COVID-19, BBC reports.
The king died “peacefully” on Friday at the age of 99, a royal family He said.
“It is with great sadness that Her Majness announced the death of her beloved husband, Royal Royalness Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh,” Buckingham Palace said in a statement. words. “His Royal Highness has died peacefully this morning at Windsor Castle. Another announcement will be made later. The royal family joins people around the world in mourning their deaths.”
Prince Charles addresses the audience on Saturday, to say he and his family “miss my dad so much” and are “deeply moved” by the people around the world he shared with.
“My dear father was a very special person, who would most of all be amazed at what he did and the wonderful things that were said about him,” said Charles.
Turn it on Friday, College of Arms said Philip could not have a state funeral or sleep, “according to the wishes of the Royal Highnesses.”
Harry and Meghan did not stay in the United Kingdom for more than a year, following suit to announce in January 2020 that they are “returning” as members of the royal family.
Sussex now lives in Montecito, California.