The funeral of the Duke of Edinburgh will be held at Windsor on April 17, with no public access nor public procession beforehand, a Buckingham Palace spokesman said Saturday.
The event is to be a "ceremonial royal funeral", rather than a state funeral, which "very much reflects the duke's wishes", a palace spokesman said.
A national minute's silence will be observed as the funeral begins at 15:00 BST at St. George's Chapel at Windsor.
The Queen has approved the prime minister's recommendation that there be eight days of national mourning, to end on the day of the duke's funeral, the palace said.
During the national mourning time, union flags will remain at half-mast but the Royal Standard, which is flown when the Queen is in residence at one of the royal palaces, will be at full mast.
Given the current pandemic restriction which allows only 30 mourners to attend, the event will be reduced in scale. At this moment, there is no confirmation yet on the rest of the guest list.
Members of the public will not be allowed to attend as the proceedings have been scaled down due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The funeral will be shown live on television.
The Queen will be joined by senior members of the family including the Prince of Wales, who is expected to deliver the eulogy at his father's funeral, and his wife, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.
The Duke’s other three children - the Duke of York, the Earl of Wessex and the Princess Royal will also attend.
Princess Anne's husband, Vice-Admiral Sir Timothy Laurence, will be there and Sophie, the Countess of Wessex will be at her husband's side.
Prince Charles' sons Prince William, his wife the Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince Harry will also attend with the latter making the journey from his home in California.
However the Duchess of Sussex, who is pregnant, has been advised by her doctor not to travel to the UK.
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