Prince Philip will definitely attend the marriage of his grandson Harry. On May, 19, Prince of Edinburgh who is recovering now from his hip operation will accompany his wife for the Royal wedding.
Despite his recent surgery on the hip, the 96-year-old Duke of Edinburgh has ditched his crutches ahead of Harry and Meghan’s marriage on May 19. According to The Sun, the Duke is already walking unaided, this man has amazing willpower. The royal family knows when Prince Philip sets his mind to something he gets on and does it.
In less than two weeks, Prince Harry and his fiancee Meghan Markle will change their vows, so, Prince Philip is going to be present. The royal has been walking up and down stairs to build up his strength, that makes him ensure he can stand without the aid of a stick on the big day.
‘He has also been charging across rooms at full speed. He even had to be told to slow down,’
The Sun reported.
Harry and Meghan’s wedding is likely to be the first public appearance by the Queen’s consort who has left hospital on April 13, following a successful hip replacement operation the previous week. The duke, who retired from royal duties in August 2017, continued his recovery in Windsor.
The royal wedding day
Harry and Meghan revealed via social media some important details regarding the wedding day. The ceremony will take place at12 pm at St George’s Chapel.
Following this, Harry and Meghan will make their way through Windsor in a carriage before joining their guests at the reception at St George’s Hall. The couple said that they decided to include a public carriage ride in the proceedings so that people were able to come together and enjoy the atmosphere of the special day.
It is worth to note that timings of H&M’s ceremony will not clash with the FA Cup final, which kicks off at 5.30pm. Harry’s brother William is president of the Football Association, he usually attends the match and presents the trophy, but will presumably be handing his responsibilities down to someone else on this occasion.
Harry and Meghan are scheduled to have two receptions. Following the first at St George’s Hall, a second private reception will be hosted by Prince Charles at Frogmore House – which will reportedly include several live acts.