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One minute silence to honour Prince Philip

Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh (Photograph supplied)

People are being asked to observe a one-minute silence from their homes today in honour of Prince Philip.

A spokeswoman for Government House said: “There will be a UK national one minute of silence tomorrow in honour of the late Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh.

“The minute-long silence will start at 11am Bermuda time, in conjunction with the start of the Duke of Edinburgh’s Ceremonial Royal Funeral at 3pm UK time.

“The public is invited to observe the one minute of silence from their homes given the current stay-at-home order.”

Prince Philip’s death was announced last Friday.

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Published April 16, 2021 at 12:10 pm (Updated April 17, 2021 at 8:08 am)

One minute silence to honour Prince Philip

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