Prince Harry and Prince Andrew are allowed to wear uniforms
British media had already reported in the past few days that an exception had been made for Prince Andrew and he was allowed to appear in military uniform at mourning events before the funeral as a “special form of honour”. Was. Not so for Harry – until now. According to “Mirror” now the rules have changed for that too.
British journalist and royal expert Omid Scobie said: “In a dramatic face, those in charge of the palace have informed Prince Harry that he may put on his military uniform.”
grandchildren guard the queen
On Saturday, Harry will join Prince William and seven other grandchildren of the Queen, including Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, for a 15-minute vacation at Westminster Hall. Eight grandchildren will reportedly stand in silence next to the queen’s coffin.
A similar ceremony had already been organized by King Charles and his siblings. In the so-called “Vigilance of the Princes” (“Awakening of the Princes”), they stood for ten minutes with their heads bowed on each of the four sides of the coffin placed, turning their backs. Read here why Princess Anne made history with it.
Queen Elizabeth II will be cremated at Windsor Castle Chapel next Monday, 19 September. With a large state funeral, the monarch will be buried with her husband Prince Philip, who died in April 2021, her sister Princess Margaret, who died in 2002, and their parents. The dress code for Harry and Andrew will not affect the funeral dress code.
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