King Charles III, his father, has declared a period royal mourning for Queen Elizabeth II’s death last Thursday. During this period, members must adhere to a strict dress code in respect of the long-serving monarch.
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The mourning period will continue until one week following the queen’s funeral. It is scheduled for Monday, September 19, at 11 AM U.K. Time at Westminster Abbey.
During the weeks of mourning, various events honoring Queen Elizabeth will be held: the Service of Thanksgiving at St. Giles’ Cathedral in Edinburgh, the procession to Westminster Hall and service of prayer and reflection, the vigil at Westminster Hall, the state funeral service at Westminster Abbey, and the committal service at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor.
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All members of the royal family who work must wear military uniforms to those ceremonies. Prince Andrew, Duke, of York, is a non-working royal and will not wear a uniform, except as a mark to respect the queen at the last vigil.
A source confirms that the source is still available. BAZAAR.comPrince Harry, unlike Andrew, has not been allowed to wear the uniform at any ceremonial event. This is a blow for the Duke of Sussex, considering that he has served for 10 years in British Army and only this morning paid tribute to her by referring to the queen as his commander-in-chief.
As is tradition for funerals and other mourning ceremonies the majority of attendees will wear black.
The Duchess Meghan, Prince Harry, and the Princess and Prince of Wales welcomed mourners outside Windsor Castle. They praised the beautiful floral arrangements and their loving tributes to Queen Elizabeth II. Harry and William were surprised to make a joint appearance in matching navy suits and ties, while Meghan and Kate wore black midi dresses, heels and stockings for the surprise appearance.
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