Duke Of Edinburgh's coffin, borne on the Land Rover he helped to design. Seen here flanked by Pall Bearers drawn from regiments, corps, air stations and units with a special relationship to The Duke 170421 CREDIT MOD
Prince Philip

Prince Philip's Funeral In Pictures

The funeral for the Duke of Edinburgh had a major military presence, with more than 730 service personnel taking part in the ceremony.

Duke Of Edinburgh's coffin, borne on the Land Rover he helped to design. Seen here flanked by Pall Bearers drawn from regiments, corps, air stations and units with a special relationship to The Duke 170421 CREDIT MOD

The funeral for the Duke of Edinburgh has been held at Windsor Castle. 

Prince Philip, who died last week aged 99, was interred in the Royal Vault of St George's Chapel.

The service was scaled down due to COVID-19, with only 30 people in attendance, including the Queen, her four children and their spouses, plus the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke of Sussex.

The Duchess of Sussex, who is heavily pregnant, did not attend as she remained in California where the couple now live.

More than 730 members of the military took part in the funeral service.

Cover image: MOD.