Due to coronavirus limits, only 30 mourners will be able to attend the Duke of Edinburgh's funeral, which will include bands and a military escort.
These are the people who are supposed to attend the service at St George's Chapel in Windsor on Saturday, 17 April at 15:00 BST, reports BBC.
- Queen Elizabeth II
- Prince of Wales, Charles
- Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla
- Princess Royal, Anne
- Vice Admiral Timothy Laurence
- Duke of York, Andrew
- Earl of Wessex, Edward
- Countess of Wessex, Sophie Rhys-Jones
- Duke of Cambridge, William
- Duchess of Cambridge, Catherine
- Duke of Sussex, Harry
- Queen and Duke of Edinburgh's eldest grandchild, Peter Phillips
- Princess Royal's daughter, Zara Tindall
- Zara's husband, Mike Tindall
- Princess Beatrice of York
- Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi
- Princess Eugenie of York
- Jack Brooksbank
- Lady Louise
- Viscount Severn, James
- Duke of Kent, Edward
- Duke of Gloucester, Richard
- Lady Ogilvy, Princess Alexandra
- Hereditary Prince of Baden, Bernard
- Landgrave of Hesse, Donatus
- Prince of Hohenlohe-Langenburg, Philipp
- Earl of Snowdon, David Armstrong-Jones
- Countess Mountbatten of Burma, Penelope Knatchbull
- Lady Sarah Chatto, and
- Daniel Chatto
The Grenadier Guards' band would lead the procession to St George's Chapel for the funeral service.
The band will be joined by the Major General's group and military chiefs of staff, including General Sir Nicholas Carter, Chief of the Defence Staff, and Admiral Tony Radakin, First Sea Lord.
"He was one of us," Admiral Radakin said about the duke's naval career.
Brigadier Archie Miller Bakewell, a personal security officer, two pages, and two valets will accompany the Land Rover in the procession.
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, Queen Elizabeth's husband and a long-serving member of the British royal family, died on April 9 at the age of 99.