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Prince Philip dead latest: Palace unveils details of televised funeral

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Prince Charles says public assist is ‘sustaining’ royal household after Philip’s demise

Buckingham Palace has introduced that the Duke of Edinburgh’s ceremonial royal funeral will happen on 17 April.

A nationwide minute’s silence will likely be noticed earlier than the televised service begins in St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle, at 3pm.

The Queen and her household will likely be following Covid pointers and sporting face masks and socially distancing for the funeral procession.

While Prince Harry will journey to the UK for the service, his pregnant spouse Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, won’t attend on medical recommendation.

Earlier on Saturday, gun salutes marking the demise of the Duke of Edinburgh have been fired throughout the UK, in Gibraltar and at sea. The public was inspired to watch the gun salutes from dwelling.

The Prince of Wales additionally launched a video tribute to his “expensive papa”, describing him as a “a lot beloved and appreciated” determine.

Prince Philip died peacefully in his sleep on Friday morning at Windsor Castle. He would have celebrated his one hundredth birthday in June.

His youngsters paid tribute to him because the “rock” within the Queen and their household’s lives.

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Island tribe to wail for man they worshipped

A tribe within the distant island nation of Vanuatu who noticed the Duke of Edinburgh as a god will greet his demise with ritual wailing and ceremonial dancing, an knowledgeable stated.

The group, based mostly in villages on the island of Tanna within the former Anglo-French colony, revered Prince Philip and believed him to be a reincarnation of an historic warrior who left the island to struggle a struggle.

The closely religious group in Yaohnanen and surrounding villages felt the chief of the fighters would return to the islands with a wealthy white spouse.

Kirk Huffman, an authority on what is called the Prince Philip Movement, informed The Daily Telegraph: “I think about there will likely be some ritual wailing, some particular dances.

“There will likely be a concentrate on the boys ingesting kava (an infusion constructed from the basis of a pepper plant) – it’s the key to opening the door to the intangible world.”

He added the islanders might proceed their beliefs with Prince Charles, who most lately visited Vanuatu in 2018.

Emily Goddard10 April 2021 07:47

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President of Indonesia shares tribute message

Joko Widodo, the president of Indonesia, tweeted: “My deepest condolences on the passing of HRH Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh. Our ideas and prayers are with Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the Royal Family and the British folks on this time of sorrow.”

Emily Goddard10 April 2021 07:56

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‘Farewell, candy Prince,’ Nancy Sinatra writes on Twitter

Nancy Sinatra, the elder daughter of Frank Sinatra and Nancy Sinatra, has stated the love between the Duke of Edinburgh and the Queen was “a nice instance for all lovers on this wacky world”.

She tweeted: “May HRH Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh relaxation with the angels. Farewell, candy Prince and godspeed. I ache for Her Majesty the Queen and this unspeakable loss. Theirs was a particular love, a exceptional and lasting bond, a nice instance for all lovers on this wacky world.”

Emily Goddard10 April 2021 08:04

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Flags fly at half-mast atop Sydney Harbour Bridge

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The flags atop the Sydney Harbour Bridge fly at half-mast to mark the demise of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, on Saturday.

Emily Goddard10 April 2021 08:10

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Newspapers all over the world react to Prince Philip’s passing

Pictures of Prince Philip dominate the entrance pages of newspapers throughout the globe after his demise on Friday.

Under the headline “a life of service to Queen and nation”, The Daily Telegraph’s chief column speaks of “somebody who by way of his assist for the Crown made a long-lasting contribution to the establishment of monarchy and to the nation in his personal proper”.

While The Times carries a frontrunner by which they converse of Prince Philip as having “sturdy views, a fast wit and a pointy tongue”.

Overseas, a number of Australian newspapers are amongst these that includes photos of the Duke of Edinburgh.

The NT News, often recognized for its irreverent entrance pages, has a sombre tackle the information, whereas studies additionally function on the entrance of the Sydney Morning Herald, The Australian and The Daily Telegraph.

Copies of the Courier Mail on a information stand in Brisbane, Australia, on Saturday

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Spanish paper ABC carries an image of the Duke doffing a bowler hat throughout his retirement from public responsibility in 2017 and the headline “on the service of her majesty”, whereas a variety of German native papers write: “He was at all times within the shadow of the Queen, because the royal of the second row was at all times loyal – and full of humour.”

Elsewhere in Europe, and French papers Liberation and Le Figaro carry the demise on their entrance pages, whereas Le Monde carries a column suggesting the Duke might have had “Prince of Blunders” added to his lengthy checklist of honorary titles.

A Chinese newspaper studies the information of the demise of Prince Philip in Beijing

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Emily Goddard10 April 2021 08:24

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Watch gun salutes marking the demise of the Duke of Edinburgh on our livestream

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We will likely be livestreaming the gun salutes marking the demise of Prince Philip at noon right this moment.

Saluting batteries will fireplace 41 rounds at one spherical each minute in cities together with London, Edinburgh, Cardiff and Belfast, in addition to Gibraltar and from Royal Navy warships at sea.

Follow for the newest updates.

Emily Goddard10 April 2021 08:38

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St Georges Hall in Liverpool is lit purple in reminiscence of the Duke of Edinburgh.

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Prince Charles visited mom after his father’s demise

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Prince Charles visited his mom at Windsor Castle following his father’s demise on Friday.

The inheritor to the throne was seen leaving the monarch’s Berkshire residence forward of the general public announcement of the duke’s passing.

It will not be recognized whether or not Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, had accompanied him on what was their sixteenth wedding ceremony anniversary.

A supply near the Prince of Wales informed MailOnline he was “comforted” by the very fact he and his father had been in contact extra often than ever in latest weeks.

The supply stated: “It is a few small consolation right this moment that the prince was in far more common contact along with his father in latest weeks and months than he in any other case might need been. He was the one member of the family who was in a position to go to him in hospital and he was at Windsor as lately because the week earlier than final. They spoke a terrific deal.”

Emily Goddard10 April 2021 08:53

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Dalai Lama praying for Prince Philip

The Dalai Lama has written to the Queen and Prince Charles to precise his condolences.

To the Queen, he wrote: “I’m sorry to study the unhappy information that your husband, HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh has handed away. I’ll pray for him and provide my condolences to Your Royal Highness and your loved ones at this unhappy time.”

In his letter to Prince Charles, he stated: “I’ve written to your mom, Her Majesty the Queen, providing my condolences at this unhappy time. As somebody who counts you as a pricey, revered good friend, I might additionally like to supply my condolences to Your Royal Highness and your loved ones.”

Emily Goddard10 April 2021 08:56

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Navy chief remembers Prince Philip’s ‘ zeal and nice allure’

Senior Royal Navy officer pays tribute to Prince Philip

The head of the royal navy has paid tribute to the Duke of Edinburgh as “an in depth good friend to the service for over eight a long time”.

Philip had shut ties with the navy all through his life, from serving throughout the Second World War to changing into the service’s Lord High Admiral on his ninetieth birthday.

Following his demise on Friday morning, the primary sea lord and chief of the naval workers, Admiral Sir Tony Radakin, stated in a video message that he feels “immensely saddened” and remembered the duke’s “sturdy character, zeal and nice allure”.

Sir Tony stated: “His reference to the naval service spanned his life, from his evacuation from Greece in HMS Calypso at simply 18 months previous, as much as his remaining public engagement on the royal marines parade at Buckingham Palace in 2017.

“His real empathy, affection and engagement with the royal navy resonated with us all.”

He added: “Despite his growing public profile, Prince Philip remained before everything a naval officer, neither searching for nor being awarded any particular privileges for his place within the Royal Family.”

After leaving college, Philip enrolled on the Royal Naval College in Dartmouth in May 1939, the place he was singled out as finest cadet.

The school was additionally the place he met the Queen – then Princess Elizabeth – after he escorted her on a tour.

On completion of his coaching, the duke served within the Mediterranean, North Sea and Pacific, and was talked about in dispatches for bravery and enterprise throughout the battle of Cape Matapan in Greece.

In 1942, he was promoted to First Lieutenant of HMS Wallace, and was described as “an officer of uncommon promise, famous for his seamanship abilities, excessive mind, logic, sturdy character, zeal and nice allure”, the primary sea lord stated.

After the Second World War, the duke was posted to Pwllheli in north Wales, and as an teacher at HMS Royal Arthur in Wiltshire, the place he turned engaged to Princess Elizabeth.

They lived collectively in Malta throughout his service within the Mediterranean.

In July 1950, Philip was promoted to lieutenant commander and given his first command of HMS Magpie – a ship whose title lives on within the present royal navy fleet.

Despite rising quickly by way of the ranks, the duke left full-time service in 1951, as a result of deteriorating well being of his father-in-law, George VI, and the Queen-in-waiting Princess Elizabeth’s imminent ascension to the throne required them to tackle extra royal tasks.

Emily Goddard10 April 2021 09:05