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British royals William and Harry will not walk side by side in the procession at this weekend's funeral of Queen Elizabeth II's husband Prince Philip, Buckingham Palace revealed Thursday.
As young boys in 1997, the pair provided the most poignant image of their mother princess Diana's funeral as they walked, heads bowed, behind her coffin.
Prince Philip, also known as the Duke of Edinburgh, accompanied them, alongside their father Prince Charles and uncle Charles Spencer.© JEFF J MITCHELL The picture of William and Harry walking behind their mother's coffin was the most poignant image of Princess Diana's funeral
Their grandfather's funeral, at Windsor Castle at 3 pm (1400 GMT) Saturday, is the pair's first reunion since Harry's shock move to the United States last year.
It will be closely watched for signs of strains in the sibling relationship, with confirmation they will not walk shoulder-to-shoulder and instead be separated by cousin Peter Phillips likely to fuel speculation that a rift persists.© THE DUCHESS OF CAMBRIDGE Philip was the head of a large family including great grandchildren
The brothers have reportedly fallen out over Harry's departure from the royal frontline and move to California with his wife, Meghan.
When the coffin, to be carried on a bespoke Land Rover designed to Philip's specifications, arrives at St George's Chapel, William will move ahead of his younger brother as the royal mourners enter in pairs.
The procession elements were among the eagerly-awaited details released by the Palace ahead of the service, which has been curtailed due to coronavirus restrictions.
- Sibling 'space' -
Philip died last Friday at the age of 99 and Britain has this week been observing eight days of official mourning in the build-up to his burial.© Tolga Akmen Philip's death has triggered a deluge of touching tributes which his son Prince Charles said would have amazed him
Just 30 guests will be permitted at the 50-minute funeral, in line with government regulations.
Attendees including the queen, 94, will be required to wear face masks, sit apart and observe Covid-19 social distancing rules.
She will be accompanied to the venue in the state Bentley by a lady-in-waiting, before sitting alone in the chapel.
Heir to the throne Charles, his wife Camilla, and the monarch's three other children and eight grandchildren, as well as all their spouses, will be present.© Provided by AFP Prince Charles and his wife Camilla visit the garden of Marlborough House in London where the public has left flowers and notes in tribute to Prince Philip after he died on April 9 aged 99. Philip would have turned 100 in June. He was married to the Queen for 73 years and was an almost constant presence at her side since she began her record-breaking reign in 1952.
Other guests include the children of the queen's late sister Princess Margaret, and three of Philip's German relatives -- Bernhard, the hereditary prince of Baden; Donatus, prince and landgrave of Hesse; and Prince Philipp of Hohenlohe-Langenburg.© Alastair Grant The Queen and Prince Philip were married in 1947
Countess Mountbatten, Penelope “Penny” Knatchbull, who was Philip's carriage driving partner and one of his closest friends, is also invited.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson opted against attending to free up a space.
The palace confirmed royal mourners will wear civilian clothing -- men in morning coats with medals, women in day dresses -- which reports said was to avoid awkwardness over which princes are entitled to military uniform.
Harry conceded in his bombshell interview last month with US chat show host Oprah Winfrey that there was 'space' in his relationship with William, 38, who is second in line to the throne.
There have long been reports of a rift since 36-year-old Harry married Meghan, also at St George's Chapel at a glitzy ceremony watched by millions in 2018.
In their sit-down with Winfrey, Meghan, who is mixed-race, sensationally claimed to have encountered racism within the monarchy, while Harry said William and their father were 'trapped' within the institution.
- Coverage complaints -
Send-offs for senior British royals are typically very public, pomp-filled affairs, but Philip's request for a no-fuss funeral paired with the pandemic has kept it minimal.
'The ceremonial aspects of the day and the funeral service itself are in line with The Duke's wishes and will reflect His Royal Highness's personal and military affiliations,' the palace said.
Ahead of the service the coffin will be covered with Philip's personal standard flag and surmounted with his sword, naval cap and a wreath of flowers.
Members of the Queen’s Company, 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards, will serve as pallbearers, while his coffin will be lowered into the Royal Vault afterwards.
In honour of his life-long association with the Royal Navy, and service during World War II, buglers from the Royal Marines will sound so-called 'Action Stations' during the service.
The soundings, played on a warship to signal all hands should go to battle stations, is sometimes featured at funerals of naval men.
Philip was a rising star in the British navy who had reached the rank of commander by the time Elizabeth ascended to the throne in 1952. He eventually shelved his personal ambitions to support his wife in the role.
A small choir of four will also sing pieces of music he chose.
The details emerged Thursday as the BBC said its coverage Friday of his death had drawn 110,000 complaints, the highest number ever published for television programming.
The broadcaster cleared its schedules across its main BBC One and BBC Two TV channels to run a series of special programmes, as well as devoting its news channel and radio stations to coverage.
'We do not make such changes without careful consideration and the decisions made reflect the role the BBC plays as the national broadcaster during moments of national significance,' it said in a statement. Origin of horoscopes.
|Henry Charles Albert David|
|born on||15 September 1984 at 16:20 (= 4:20 PM )|
|Place||Paddington, England, 51n32, 0w12|
|Timezone||GDT h1e (is daylight saving time)|
British royalty, the second son of Prince Charles and Princess Diana, known as Prince Harry. At the time of his birth, he was third in the line of succession to the throne after his father and his brother William.
In 2001, the then-16-year old was caught smoking pot and drinking, causing his father, Prince Charles, to take him for a Scared-Straight session.
The younger son of Prince Charles graduated from high school in 2003 and took his 'gap year' before joining the military, part of which he spent in Australia for three months, as a 'jackaroo' or cowboy.
On 21 October 2004, at about 3:20 AM, Prince Harry got into a scuffle with a photographer as he was leaving a private London club. Reports say that Harry headed for his car but, just as he started to get into the back seat of the car, he changed his mind and went for a photographer. The photographer claimed that Harry smashed the camera into his face, cutting his lower lip. The royal bodyguard and club security tried to restrain Harry in the brawl. Harry’s mother, the late Princess Diana, once differentiated Harry from his older brother by the label 'the naughty one.'
Harry entered The Royal Military Academy Sandhurst in January 2005, eventually joining an army regiment. He was commissioned as a cornet (i.e. second lieutenant) into the Blues and Royals, serving temporarily with his brother, Prince William, and completed his training as a troop leader. In 2007–2008, he served for over ten weeks in Helmand, Afghanistan, but was pulled out after an Australian magazine revealed his presence there. He returned to Afghanistan for a 20-week deployment in 2012–2013 with the Army Air Corps. He left the army in June 2015.
He and his girlfriend of more than three years, Chelsy Davy, split in November 2007. She was the daughter of a Zimbabwe safari company and they had shared a love of the outdoors. In May 2012, Harry was introduced to Cressida Bonas, granddaughter of Edward Curzon, 6th Earl Howe, by his cousin Princess Eugenie. On 30 April 2014, it was reported that the couple had parted amicably.
Harry launched the Invictus Games in 2014 and remains patron of its Foundation. He also gives patronage to several other organisations, including the HALO Trust, the London Marathon Charitable Trust, and Walking With The Wounded.
Since August 2016 Prince Harry has been in a relationship with American actress Meghan Markle. On 19 May 2018 in Windsor, England they exchanged wedding vows and rings beginning at 12.35pm and were declared husband and wife at 12.39pm before a worldwide audience estimated at around two billion people. Upon his marriage he was styled His Royal Highness The Duke of Sussex.
On 15 October 2018, while the Duke and Duchess were touring Sydney, Australia, Kensington Palace announced that they were expecting their first child in the spring of 2019. In London, England at 5:26 AM on 6 May 2019, the Duchess gave birth to Archie Mountbatten-Windsor, born seventh in line to the throne.
Dana Holliday quotes news on date; Sy Scholfield confirms same in March 2008.
Scholfield quotes official royal announcement in 'Court Circular,' The Times, Monday, 17 September 1984, p. 14: 'September 15: The Princess of Wales was safely delivered of a son at 4.20 pm today'; 'Debut of Prince Henry Charles Albert David: Cheering crowds as Princess leaves hospital,' by Alan Hamilton, The Times, Monday, 17 September 1984, p. 1: '[At] St Mary's Hospital, Paddington [London] .. the Princess delivered the 6lb 14oz boy at 4.20 on Saturday afternoon.'