Zara Phillips’ husband Mike Tindall revealed on BBC and Good Morning Britain what happened after Prince Philip’s funeral on 17 April. This restricted royal ceremony allowed 30 people to attend the funeral, separately, in bubbles, as required by the UK government’s guidelines relating to the coronavirus epidemic.
The former rugby player has explained the tragic moment when he and other members of the prince’s family were “asked to leave” for the funeral of Prince Philip, who died on 9 April.
To further develop: “Even after the last rites, it is for all of you to go. Go home, “And you couldn’t even be on that side of family support”, Mike told Good Morning Britain in the UK on Friday.
“The way the funeral was planned and conducted was extraordinary … for Zara it was touching to see her grandfather’s car, pony and gloves and sugar box. All those familiar items Was aligned. “
Mike said that the queen gave an example on the day of Philip’s funeral, but was saddened to see his wife’s grandmother alone.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, a heart-rending picture of the monarch sitting alone during the funeral was transformed into a crowd on the day of service.
“that was amazing”He told about the BBC breakfast in another interview, stating that the queen’s actions on this holy day “Defined her as a great woman”.