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The Queen's funeral will take place on Monday 19th September as the late monarch is laid to rest. But where is Prince Philip buried and will he be moved to join the Queen?
- On Monday the 19th of September, the Queen will be buried alongside her husband, Prince Philip, her father George VI, the Queen Mother and Princess Margaret in St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle
- The Chapel is home to many burial sites and is the final resting place for dozens of Royals
- In other royal news (opens in new tab), Prince William has said the Queen was 'everyone’s grandmother' in moving moment with royal mourners (opens in new tab)
Where is Prince Philip buried?
Prince Philip (opens in new tab) is buried in The Royal Vault at St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle. After his death on the 9th of April 2021, the late Prince was laid to rest in The Vault, becoming the first royal to be buried there since Princess Alice, his mother, in 1969. Though she was later transferred to Jerusalem.
Much like his mother, The Royal Vault is not Prince Philip's final resting place - the space he occupies is only temporary. Now his wife, the Queen, has passed away, he will be moved to join her in another of St George's burial chambers.