Philip will be buried around 3 PM London time on Saturday April 14th. Only 30 people, including Philip’s closest relatives in the royal family, are scheduled to attend the service due to the restrictions currently imposed on the Coronavirus in Britain. Philip’s body was lying in a private chapel in Windsor Castle, and the story continues below the announcement, on the day of the funeral, at around 2:40 pm in London, the body is scheduled to be transported to a Land Rover equipped as a heart, according to the British newspaper The Guardian. Plans Buckingham Palace. The car will then drive less than ten minutes by car to St George’s Chapel, also at Windsor Castle, and along the way, military personnel will line the road in appreciation of the late Prince’s naval service. A Land Rover squad will precede, flanked by members of the Royal Marines and other regiments associated with the late Prince, rifles will be fired and bells ringing, and nine members of the royal family are expected to march behind the coffin. He is slated to be Prince Harry, who is returning from California to attend the funeral. The Queen will take a separate position at the stern of the procession. Some members of Philip’s crew will also participate. The story continues without announcement.At about five to three minutes, the motorcade is set to arrive at West Steps of St. George’s Chapel, to play the national anthem, God Save the Queen, followed by according to the BBC, the sarcophagus will then be played by freely calling on the tubes as the coffin is transported up the stairs, and the Dean of Windsor and the Archbishop of Canterbury is set to meet the casket at the top. They then enter with the body to serve, along with the royal family and Philip’s private secretary. At three in the afternoon, the nation will observe a minute of silence in memory of the late Duke of Edinburgh. Guests are required to wear face masks. A chorus is expected to sing a song chosen by the late prince, stationed away from worshipers according to public health rules, according to the minors, and the story continues below the advertisement and the service is expected to last 50 minutes. After it’s finished, Philip’s coffin will be taken down in the Royal Vault. Then the Archbishop of Canterbury will give the blessing and the choir will sing the national anthem, in a second rendition, to wrap up the ceremony. As Philip’s coffin heads to St George’s Chapel, he must be wrapped in his personal flag to carry a wreath, his navy hat and his sword. Philip’s flag consists of four parts: a castle representing his title; White cross from the national flag of Greece, referring to his royal Greek lineage; The black and hot of the Danish coat of arms, symbolizing its royal Danish origin; And black and white stripes represent the Mountbatten family from his British side, according to the BBC, Philip helped design the Land Rover that would carry his body, and a Land Rover lover 18 years ago began planning the project. During the parade, members of the regiments and corps associated with the late prince will be present, reflecting the admiration of WWII veterans for the army. Prior command. Inside, Philip’s many medals and decorations will be placed on pillows at the altar, according to the BBC, after which Britain’s current eight-day mourning period will be concluded on the day of the funeral. However, flags will continue to fly half-mast until the day after the funeral, and the royal family will then enter another weeks of mourning. The BBC has reported that during this time they will continue to attend parties, often while wearing black mourning squads. However, crowds are expected to continue to bloom and take pictures outside Buckingham Palace and Windsor Palace.