‘My dear Papa was a very special person’: Prince Charles's touching tribute Prince Charles' poignant tribute showed his deep and special kinship Prince Philip puts Land Rover hearse at heart of funeral he designed Prince Harry will return for funeral – but not Meghan PM bows out of funeral to allow extra family member to attend Services of remembrance service for the Duke of Edinburgh have been held across the country. Prince Andrew, Prince Edward, his wife, Sophie, Countess of Wessex and their daughter, Lady Louise, 17, attended a small church service at the Royal Chapel of All Saints in Windsor. They chatted to members of the congregation as well as people who work on the Windsor estate to thank them for their support particularly over the last few days, a Buckingham Palace spokesman said. On the second Sunday of Easter, the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby gave thanks to Prince Philip for his lifetime of service and offered prayers to Her Majesty, the Queen. In his sermon, the Duke of Edinburgh had a "remarkable willingness" to "take the hand he was dealt in life". He added that his bereavement is a "blow" for any family. Addressing the congregation at a remembrance service at Canterbury Cathedral and those listening online, he said: "For the royal family, as for every other, no words can reach into the depth of sorrow that goes into bereavement. "We all know that it is not simply a factor of age or familiarity. It is not obliterated by the reality of a very long life remarkably led, nor is the predictability of death's arrival a softening of the blow. "Loss is loss." Mr Welby is expected to officiate at Prince Philip's funeral next Saturday where the Duke of Cambridge and the Duke of Sussex will reunite, with Prince Harry hoping to arrive back in the UK as early as today. The brothers are expected to walk together behind the coffin during the funeral procession. Follow the latest updates below.