A very disturbed and grieving Prince Andrew is pictured having a difficult time standing behind his late mother’s coffin.
At the Queen’s funeral, a very somber-looking Duke of York couldn’t keep a still face as a flow of tears began to roll down his face as he stood in line.
The senior member of the royal family was caught wearing a morning suit with his medals and badges attached, while all of his other siblings could be seen donning military uniforms.
It was clear that out of all the siblings, he had the most difficult time standing still while the others walked in front of him.
The visibly shaken Prince stood quietly behind the coffin as it made its way on its final leg of the procession outside of Westminster today.
Andrew was banned from wearing his military uniform after being stripped of his royal titles and duties. All of the siblings were caught saluting Her Majesty at Westminster Abbey while walking out amid a loud gathering of onlookers who waited for hours to pay their respects to the leader of their nation that spent years working as the head of state.
More than a million people have been predicted to make their way to bid farewell in London and witness the coffin make its way out to its last destination in London. The Queen will be buried by the side of Prince Philipe, her dear husband and the Duke of Edinburgh.
While all of his siblings were saluting the Queen on her final way out, the Duke of York was seen paying his respect by bowing his head. Meanwhile, Prince Harry was seen doing the same, dressed in a similar morning suit with badges and medals.
The Duke of York had just yesterday pinned down a heartbreaking tribute for his mother where he shared a loving image from his childhood, where the Queen could be seen cuddling him.