Buckingham Palace has launched official details for Queen Elizabeth II’s state funeral, which is able to happen on Monday, Sept. 19 at Westminster Abbey, adopted by a committal service at St George’s Chapel. The assertion contains in-depth details about the procession and attendees, who will put on all-black, in accordance to Debrett’s, an authority on British society. “Ladies put on black knee-length attire, or coats, black hats, and might also put on face-covering veils,” the publication states.

Meanwhile, Prince Harry’s outfit has been extensively mentioned, as he’s now being permitted to wear his military uniform, regardless of being stripped of royal titles in 2020, when he and spouse Meghan Markle stepped away from the royal household. Harry served in the British military for 10 years, and he did put on his army medals whereas walking in the procession alongside his brother Prince William on Sept. 14.

Harry’s spokesperson launched a press release to E! News relating to his apparel: “Prince Harry The Duke of Sussex will put on a morning swimsuit all through occasions honoring his grandmother. His decade of army service is just not decided by the uniform he wears and we respectfully ask that focus stay on the life and legacy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.” However, given current updates, it appears he could select to gown in full uniform at the state funeral, having worn it final in 2020 at the Mountbatten Music Festival


Prince Andrew, who was stripped of royal military titles in 2022 following a lawsuit issued towards him for sexual assault, was permitted to put on his personal army uniform for the queen’s vigil solely, in accordance to The Telegraph.

When the late Duke of Edinburgh passed away in April 2021, males wore black morning coats with their medals to the funeral, quite than army uniforms.

Ahead, see what Prince Harry and Markle wore to pay their respects throughout an intimate stroll at Windsor Castle on Sept. 10, and assessment Harry’s final look in his army outfit in 2020. Then, see how Markle and Kate Middleton paid tribute to the monarch with their jewellery at Westminster Hall on Sept. 14.

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