Prince Harry and Andrew are wearing their morning suits for the Queen’s coffin procession after being blocked from appearing in military uniforms.
The new monarch is also joined by Princesa anne, Príncipe edward, Príncipe William, Peter Phillips, vice-admiral Sir Tim Laurence, the Duke of Gloucester – the Queen’s cousin – and her nephew, the Earl of Snowdon.
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But while leading royals are wearing military attire, Harry and Andrew have been barred from doing so.
The Duke of Sussex was told he cannot wear a military outfit throughout events honouring his grandmother the Queen.
Last night the Duke of Sussex’s spokesperson asked the focus remain on the Queen, saying the outfit he wears today doesn’t diminish his service.
The spokesman said: “Prince Harry will wear a morning suit throughout events honouring his grandmother.
“His decade of military service is not determined by the uniform he wears and we respectfully ask that focus remain on the life and legacy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.”
Only working royals can dress in uniform at ceremonial occasions to mourn the Queen, meaning Prince Andrew has also had to wear a suit.
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He stood out on Monday when he was the only one among his siblings not in uniform as they walked behind their mother’s coffin in Edinburgh.
Andrew, porém, has been given the green light to wear military attire as “special mark of respect” for his late mother when he stands guard around her coffin during the Vigil of the Princes this week.
The exception was made as a “special mark of respect” for the Queen, who died on Thursday at the age of 96 at Balmoral.
If necessary, the park will accommodate an extra three miles of zig zag lines.
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But it’s not guaranteed that everyone who makes the queue will get to see the Queen’s lying in state.