Prince Philip has been buried at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor

Prince Philip has been buried at St. George's Chapel in Windsor.

Prince Philip has been buried at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor.

Prince Philip has been buried at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor.

Prince Philip was buried during a service at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor today (April 17).

The prince, who recently died at the age of 99, was buried in the royal vault beneath the chapel.

The service, which was limited due to coronavirus pandemic regulations, was attended by 30 guests, including Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles, Prince Harry and Prince William. Prince Harry’s mistress, Meghan Markel, was not present because it was said she should not fly due to being pregnant.

The queen was alone in the chapel as the farewell to her late husband hit her hard, and many considered the image “heartbreaking.”

The land saw silence for the minute before the service.

Heathrow Airport held all flights during the start of the funeral.

With the church, which is less than 10 miles from the airport, occupied, BOSS announced that no arrivals or diversions would be allowed for a six-minute period, He is already the 25th king, who was buried in the 200-year-old, 16-foot royal vault beneath St. George’s.

And his remains remain in place behind Eisengattern until the queen dies.

Other notable kings buried in the royal vault were George III , George IV , George V of Hanover and William IV. Queen Victoria’s father, Prince Edward, and Queen Mary’s grandfather, Prince Adolf, were also buried on Thursday.

Prince Philip’s death was announced April 9 on the royal family’s Twitter account.

In a statement, Her Majesty said, “His Royal Highness lies in peace at Windsor Castle this morning” .

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