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Peter Phillips joins his royal cousins to face vigil on the Queen’s coffin


Peter Phillips appeared mirror as he stood vigil beside his grandmother’s coffin this night at Westminster Corridor, alongside his royal cousins.

The Princess Royal‘s son, 44, wore a black go well with and toe as he took his place subsequent to Prince William, Prince Harry and the opposite royal grandchildren for the sombre event.

Queen Elizabeth’s grandchildren arrived in Westminster simply earlier than 6pm the place they held the first-of-its-kind vigil to pay their respects to the late monarch, who died peacefully at Balmoral on September 8.    

They filed into Westminster Corridor in formation, with the Prince of Wales and the Duke of Sussex, dressed within the uniform of the Blues and Royals, main princesses Beatrice and Eugenie and Woman Louise and James, Viscount Severn, Her Majesty’s two youngest grandchildren. Peter and Zara adopted behind. 

All through the time they stood vigil, round 10 minutes, Peter seemed to be deep in thought, preserving his head bowed as members of the general public filed previous to pay their respects. 

The Princess Royal’s son, Peter Phillips, 44, wore a black go well with and toe as he took his place subsequent to Prince William, Prince Harry and the opposite royal grandchildren for the sombre event

The Queen's grandchildren stood vigil at Her Majesty's coffin this evening at Westminster Hall (pictured L-R: Prince of Wales, Peter Phillips, James, Viscount Severn, Princess Eugenie, the Duke of Sussex, Princess Beatrice, Lady Louise Windsor and Zara Tindall)

The Queen’s grandchildren stood vigil at Her Majesty’s coffin this night at Westminster Corridor (pictured L-R: Prince of Wales, Peter Phillips, James, Viscount Severn, Princess Eugenie, the Duke of Sussex, Princess Beatrice, Woman Louise Windsor and Zara Tindall)

Pictured: Princess Eugenie (back left), Princess Beatrice (back right), James, Viscount Severn (centre left), Lady Louise Windsor (centre right), Peter Phillips (front left) and Zara Tindall (front right)

Pictured: Princess Eugenie (again left), Princess Beatrice (again proper), James, Viscount Severn (centre left), Woman Louise Windsor (centre proper), Peter Phillips (entrance left) and Zara Tindall (entrance proper)

 The engagement, which noticed the monarch’s grandchildren maintain a vigil for the primary time comes per week after Princess Anne turned the primary lady to participate within the Vigil of the Princes, a ceremony that has been held twice earlier than: following the deaths of King George VI, and of the Queen Mom.  On each events solely male descendants took half.      

As tearful mourners watched on, the Queen’s 4 youngsters stood guard of their mom’s coffin for greater than 10 minutes at Westminster Corridor on Friday night. The siblings every guarded a facet of the coffin, with Charles, wearing a Navy Admiral uniform, standing on the head.   

Tonight’s occasion follows yesterday’s emotional vigil, which noticed members of the royal household wanting solemn and emotional as they watched the Queen‘s youngsters guard her coffin in a vigil on Friday evening. 

King Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward repeated their ceremonial Vigil of Princes that they’d first carried out at St Giles’ Cathedral in Edinburgh as their mom the Queen lies in state.

Queen Elizabeth II 's grandchildren (clockwise from front centre) the Prince of Wales, Peter Phillips, James, Viscount Severn, Princess Eugenie, the Duke of Sussex, Princess Beatrice, Lady Louise Windsor and Zara Tindall hold a vigil

Queen Elizabeth II ‘s grandchildren (clockwise from entrance centre) the Prince of Wales, Peter Phillips, James, Viscount Severn, Princess Eugenie, the Duke of Sussex, Princess Beatrice, Woman Louise Windsor and Zara Tindall maintain a vigil

The eight grandchildren arrived at Westminster Hall where they performed a vigil at the Queen's coffin

The eight grandchildren arrived at Westminster Corridor the place they carried out a vigil on the Queen’s coffin

Queen Elizabeth's grandchildren arrived in Westminster just before 6pm where they will hold a 15-minute vigil

Queen Elizabeth’s grandchildren arrived in Westminster simply earlier than 6pm the place they may maintain a 15-minute vigil

Prince William bows his head as he stands beside his grandmother's coffin in Westminster Hall

Prince William bows his head as he stands beside his grandmother’s coffin in Westminster Corridor

The Queen's four grandchildren stand around her coffin during their own vigil, similar to the one held by their parents on Friday

The Queen’s 4 grandchildren stand round her coffin throughout their very own vigil, just like the one held by their mother and father on Friday

Mourners are continuing to file past the coffin as the royal cousins stand beside their late grandmother's coffin

Mourners are persevering with to file previous the coffin because the royal cousins stand beside their late grandmother’s coffin 

The Queen's grandchildren stand in solemn silence as they mount a vigil for their late grandmother in Westminster Hall

The Queen’s grandchildren stand in solemn silence as they mount a vigil for his or her late grandmother in Westminster Corridor 

The Prince of Wales stands vigil beside the coffin of his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, as it lies in state

The Prince of Wales stands vigil beside the coffin of his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, because it lies in state

As the youngsters gathered once more to pay their respects to their mom at Westminster Corridor in London, the place the Queen will stay till her funeral on Monday, different members of the royal household, together with Queen Consort Camilla, watched in solemn silence from the stands.

Prince Andrew, the Queen’s second son, was permitted to put on his navy uniform as he paid his respects to his mom, after King Charles lifted a ban on the Duke of York donning the outfit as he’s not a working royal. 

As Andrew, 62, who served within the Falklands, wore the uniform and stood round his mom’s coffin, his daughters Princess Beatrice, 34, and Princess Eugenie, 32, watched their father pay his respects. 

Members of the royal family watched on during the Vigil of Princes in Westminster Hall. Pictured L-R: James, Viscount Severn, Lady Louise Windsor, Sophie, Countess of Wessex, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence, Mike Tindall, Zara Tindall, Mia Tindall, Lena Tindall

Members of the royal household watched on through the Vigil of Princes in Westminster Corridor. Pictured L-R: James, Viscount Severn, Woman Louise Windsor, Sophie, Countess of Wessex, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence, Mike Tindall, Zara Tindall, Mia Tindall, Lena Tindall

Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi appeared visibly moved as he watched over the vigil next to Princess Eugenie (centre) and Princess Beatrice (right)

Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi appeared visibly moved as he watched over the vigil subsequent to Princess Eugenie (centre) and Princess Beatrice (proper)

Peter Phillips pictured in the stands alongside his daughters Savannah Phillips and Isla Phillips

Peter Phillips pictured within the stands alongside his daughters Savannah Phillips and Isla Phillips

They had been joined by Beatrice’s husband, Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, 38, who appeared visibly moved by the vigil and put his hand to his face, as if he was wiping away tears.

Additionally within the stands watching the vigil had been Princess Anne’s husband, Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence, who had served because the Queen’s equerry from 1986 and developed a detailed relationship with Her late Majesty.

Sir Tim has been by the Princess Royal’s facet since her mom handed away on 8 September, accompanying Anne within the automotive journey from the Balmoral Property to the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh behind the Queen’s coffin.

Her son Peter Phillips, 44, was additionally current, along with his two daughters Savannah and Isla. 

Different members of the Princess Royal’s household could possibly be seen within the stands watching, together with her daughter Zara Tindall, 41, her husband and former rugby participant Mike, 41, and their two eldest youngsters Mia, eight, and Lena, 4.

Members of the royal family looked solemn as they watched in silence while the Queen's children took part in the vigil, with Mike Tindall bowing his head

Members of the royal household appeared solemn as they watched in silence whereas the Queen’s youngsters took half within the vigil, with Mike Tindall bowing his head

Members of the public filed past Her late Majesty's coffin while her children stood around in silence with their heads to the floor to pay their respects

Members of the general public filed previous Her late Majesty’s coffin whereas her youngsters stood round in silence with their heads to the ground to pay their respects

Members of the public who witnessed the ceremony had been queueing for hours outside in a line that stretches all the way back to Southwark Park

Members of the general public who witnessed the ceremony had been queueing for hours exterior in a line that stretches all the way in which again to Southwark Park

King Charles (pictured forefront), Princess Anne (right) Prince Andrew (back centre) and Prince Edward (back left) entered Westminster Hall to stand guard over their mother's coffin in a ceremonial Vigil of Princes

King Charles (pictured forefront), Princess Anne (proper) Prince Andrew (again centre) and Prince Edward (again left) entered Westminster Corridor to face guard over their mom’s coffin in a ceremonial Vigil of Princes

Prince Andrew (back left) was allowed to wear his military uniform to take part in the ceremony after wearing a suit for a similar vigil in Edinburgh on Monday evening

Prince Andrew (again left) was allowed to put on his navy uniform to participate within the ceremony after sporting a go well with for the same vigil in Edinburgh on Monday night

The younger ladies, who had their hair tied again in French plaits, leaned over the sting of the stands to get a greater have a look at what was taking place beneath.

Different younger royals current on the vigil had been Woman Louise Windsor, 18, and her youthful brother James, Viscount Severn, 14. 

Prince Edward’s youngsters had been accompanied by Sophie Wessex, 57, whom it was introduced will obtain lots of the Queen’s former royal patronages following her dying.

Sophie seemed to be combating again tears final Saturday as she stepped exterior the Balmoral Property to have a look at tributes and messages of condolence that had been left by members of the general public to the late monarch.

The mother-of-two was stated to have an extremely shut relationship together with her mother-in-law and referred to her as ‘mama’ – and royal sources informed the Mirror she was more likely to turn into patron of the Girls’s Institute and Canine’s Belief.

 

 

 

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