Kate Middleton must follow parenting rules at Prince Philip's funeral


Prince Philip passed away at the age of 99 just over a week ago on Friday, April 9. His funeral will be attended by royals including Kate Middleton. This is what the royals will do with their children.

This will be held at St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle.

No matter the size of the funeral, Britons across the country will join the Royal Family in mourning his passing.

His funeral will be attended by the Queen and other senior members of the Royal Family.

Kate is one of the granddaughters-in-law of Prince Philip.


She is sure to support other members of the Royal Family by attending the funeral.

Kate and Prince William have three children together, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.

Meghan Markle is the mother of Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, one, but as she is currently pregnant, she has been advised not to fly to the UK so will miss the funeral along with her young son.

Young children have not traditionally attended royal funerals in the past.

If any of the royal children do attend, it is likely they will follow the same rules as the rest of the royals.

All members of the Royal Family have been required to dress in black since Prince Philip’s passing was announced, as per tradition.

The royal children will also be required to dress in black when attending the funeral.


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