Greater than 23 years in the past, thousands and thousands of individuals all over the world have been launched to the late Princess Diana‘s brother, Charles Spencer, when he walked and spoke at her televised funeral.
On Saturday, April 17, he was the one watching from afar because the royal household honored Prince Philip at his.
The 99-year-old husband of Queen Elizabeth II died on April 9. Their eldest son Prince Charles and his and Diana’s sons Prince William and Prince Harry have been among the many royals members who walked in a processional, behind a Land Rover carrying the Duke of Edinburgh’s casket, from Windsor Citadel to the close by St. George’s Chapel. There, they have been joined by the queen and different royals for a scaled-down memorial service broadcast internationally.
“Goodness – what a stunningly shifting ceremony,” tweeted the ninth Earl Spencer, 56.
Philip performed a distinguished half at Diana’s funeral in 1997. He walked beside his eldest son, William and Harry and the princess’ youthful brother within the processional, after which Earl Spencer famously delivered a poignant eulogy on the service.