Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, was keen to bid farewell to his grandfather Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, husband of Queen Elizabeth II, British Queen, with a special message, after his departure a few days ago, at the age of 99, and mourned Harry, his grandfather, after his arrival in the British capital, London Coming from Los Angeles, to attend the funeral scheduled for next Saturday, while his wife Megan Markle is absent, due to doctors’ advice to her not to travel because of her pregnancy.
In his grandfather’s private farewell message, Prince Harry said in a separate statement issued by him, “It was my grandfather, the master of barbecue, and the legend of the banter,” adding, “My grandfather, thank you for your service and dedication to serving Grandma and for always being your nature.”
Prince Harry and his grandfather, Prince Philip
Harry added, “Philip always has a special place in his heart, along with Megan and their son Archie and their unborn daughter.” He has been supportive of Her Majesty the Queen with unparalleled sincerity, and has been by her side for 73 years of marriage, “according to Posted by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation website “CBC“.
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation report indicated that Prince Harry, who is ranked sixth in the order of the throne, is subject to isolation and quarantine according to the guidelines of the Corona virus so that he can attend the funeral at Windsor Castle, next Saturday.
While some specialists in the affairs of the royal family say that this visit is an opportunity to repair Prince Harry’s relationship with the British royal family, especially after Harry and Meghan’s sensational interview in early March with the famous American journalist Oprah Winfrey, which revealed deep differences between Harry and Megan with the royal family.
Princes Philip, William and Harry in uniform
This comes as Buckingham Palace said – earlier – that the long-drawn-up plans for Philip’s funeral should be redrawn and curtailed due to restrictions COVID-19But she remained largely compatible with Prince Philip’s wishes.
Prince Philip, who was officially known as the Duke of Edinburgh, will be bid farewell to a royal funeral, not a state funeral, as was planned before the pandemic, but there will be no public processions, and the funeral will be held entirely within the grounds of Windsor Castle, and attendance will be limited to 30 mourners.
The funeral, which will be broadcast live, will take place at St. George’s Church, on the grounds of the castle, and will be preceded by a minute of silence across the country.
Princes Philip, William and Harry watch a Rugby World Cup match