Prince Philip, Queen Elizabeth II’s husband of 73 years and grandfather to Prince Harry and Prince William, died Friday at the age of 99. The news comes at a rocky time for the royal family after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle leveled accusations of racism (among other shocking things) against The Firm in a tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey in early March.
Royal followers are left wondering if Harry and Meghan—who have decamped to Montecito, California—will put aside the drama to reunite with the monarchy and how those public interactions will play out.
Here’s everything we know about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and Prince Philip’s funeral.
Will Prince Harry return to London for Prince Philip’s funeral?
It has been confirmed that Harry will attend his grandfather’s funeral—which has been confirmed to be a private affair at St. George’s Chapel due to pandemic restrictions.
On Saturday, royal reporters Omid Scobie and Rebecca English both confirmed via Twitter that Harry would be traveling back to the United Kingdom for the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral.
“Prince Harry will attend his grandfather’s funeral on Saturday (following all US and UK Covid-19 protocols in the process),” Scobie tweeted.
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