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Prince Philip funeral: The COVID-friendly, 'no fuss' farewell to the Duke of Edinburgh


With no state ceremony, a custom-built hearse and a 30-person guest list, the Duke of Edinburgh's adieu will look a little different to other royal funerals.

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