The era of Elizabeth II (Elizabeth Funeral), which emerged as the undisputed queen on the throne of the British Empire for more than seven decades, has come to an end. Queen Elizabeth’s funeral was completed on Monday night at St. George’s Chapel in London’s Windsor Castle amid royal etiquette, traditions, official symbols, salutes, and military parades. Hundreds of world heads of state and guests, including kings and queens, attended this event like never before. The people gathered in lakhs said a heavy farewell with tears and sad voices.
In the last rites held privately in the presence of her son, King Charles-3 (King Charles-3), Elizabeth’s body was buried next to the grave of the queen’s husband, Philip (King Philip), who passed away last year. On this occasion, the royal family paid tribute to her by singing the British national anthem ‘God Save The King’. However, some people are accusing Prince Harry of not being in tune with the royal family. A clip showing Prince Harry not singing has gone viral on Twitter and other social media platforms.
Harry’s behavior, seen looking around and speechless, has sparked debate online. Many netizens are outraged that Harry insulted the national anthem. A netizen shared a video on Twitter saying ‘Prince Harry didn’t sing the national anthem’. Some are criticizing Harry, while others are supporting him.
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Prince Harry sat next to his father, King Charles III, his brother William and sister Princess Anne at the funeral. Wife Meghan Markle was also present till the end of the event. Princes Andrew, Edward and William’s children Prince George (9), Princess Charlotte (7) and other royals attended.