It was a lovely service, sorry for all of you who watched this in CNN, I screened the whole thing on Youtube via the BBC, just silence, no comment was needed. Even if this was a very personal moment, lowkey because the DoE wanted this way plus the pandemic, it was beautifully done, the Windsor do know how to do this things. I managed to pull it together until the God Save The Queen, I could tell some of them were crying, looking at Sophie was hard for she cried during most of the service. It is nice to remember from to time they are human, people who seldom show any emotion like Charles or Anne looked devastated. The DoE was difficult at times but such a character as well, he hated being forced to play a role and that was what made him so genuine, that is why it made me feel so sad for HM, she looked frail, even her clothes looked big on her.
I mean, we all have partners, right? But 70 b... years, that is a life. You can say what they want about them, or feel as you please, but they managed to pull themselves through a lot, and be there for each other.
He shall be missed, and I hope the HM reigns for a bit more. Britain needs stability, the family issues, brexit, the pandemic, Scotland wanted independence and now losing Philip, when you think about it, her twilight years should had been calmer but it was the opposite way around, she couldn't catch a break in the last 5 years, and I pity her.