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Meghan’s ‘private arrangements’ for Prince Philip funeral–Duchess given special livestream

Prince Philip’s funeral guest list announced by Royal Family

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Whilst Prince Harry is back in the UK for the service Meghan, who is heavily pregnant, was advised not to travel.

However according to The Sun she will be able to watch the event using a special live stream.

Due to coronavirus restrictions only 30 mourners will be able to attend and they will have to wear protective masks.

Those who would have been invited, but haven’t been due to the limited numbers, will be given log-in details for a livestream of the service.

Whilst the funeral will be televised on BBC and ITV the livestream will show the footage without any accompanying commentary.

Speaking to The Sun a senior Buckingham Palace spokesman said Meghan had made “every effort” to return to the UK for the service.

However she was unable to get medical clearance from her doctor.

Prince Philip passed away on April 9 aged 99 at Windsor Castle.

He was the longest reigning royal consort in British history.

The funeral will be the first time Harry is seen in public since last month’s incendiary interview with Oprah Winfrey.

The Sussexes spoke to the US talk show legend for a special two-hour programme that was first broadcast by CBS.  

Meghan revealed she experienced loneliness and suicidal feelings since marrying into the Royal Family in 2018.

She also alleged “concerns and conversations” about Archie’s skin tone were raised prior to his birth.

Buckingham Palace released a statement on behalf of the Queen expressing sadness for Meghan’s struggles.

However it added “some recollections may vary” about events described in the interview.

More to follow…

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