Many people have been wondering how it is possible that Prince Harry, who lives thousands of miles away in the United States, has been able to attend his grandfather Prince Philip’s funeral today.
The answer is – he arrived at Heathrow Airport on Sunday afternoon and has been self-isolating at Frogmore Cottage ever since.
It’s believed he will also be taking coronavirus tests ahead of the service, scheduled to start at St George’s Chapel, Windsor, at 3pm on Sunday, and he will have to socially distance from mourners, including his grandmother, the Queen.
The Prince’s heavily pregnant wife, Meghan, has not been able to make the lengthy journey on the advice of her doctor.
It is the first time the Duke of Sussex has returned to the country since announcing that he would step down as a senior working member of the Royal Family in March last year.
Harry, 36, landed at Heathrow Airport on a British Airways flight from Los Angeles on Sunday afternoon, according to the Sun newspaper.
However, coronavirus laws in the UK will allow him to attend the funeral today on compassionate grounds.
The Queen and her family will all have to wear face masks and socially distance as they gather to say their final farewell.
A Buckingham Palace spokesman said mourners would be following coronavirus rules throughout the funeral, and are being advised to be respectful of those who are…