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17 April 2021, 12:00 | Updated: 17 April 2021, 13:41
Everything we know about who the pallbearers (those who carry the casket) will be at Prince Philip's funeral.
Prince Philip's funeral will take place on Saturday 17 April at St. George's Chapel in Windsor.
Read more: Prince Philip - a life in pictures
In line with his wishes, the Duke of Edinburgh won't be having a state funeral - and only 30 people will be in attendance in line with Covid restrictions.
Here's your need-to-know on who the pallbearers will be.
According to The Sun, the pallbearers will be members of the Royal Marines.
They will reportedly make up the bearer party, and lift the casket from the Land Rover.
The pallbearers will then carry the coffin up the West Steps ahead of the ceremony.
The Duke joined the Royal Navy after leaving school at 17, and he had a close connection with them throughout his career.
He served as the Captain-General of the Royal Marines for over 64 years, a position he took up in 1953.
The funeral is due to start at 3pm on Saturday April 17.
The coffin will emerge at around At 2:40pm, followed by a procession including members of the royal family.
The full guest list is as follows:
The Royal Family announced last week that the Duke of Edinburgh died peacefully on the morning of April 9.
A statement from the palace read: "It is with deep sorrow that Her Majesty The Queen has announced the death of her beloved husband, His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.
"His Royal Highness passed away peacefully this morning at Windsor Castle."