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Anonymous asked in Society & CultureRoyalty · 6 months ago

Will the eventual passing of the Queen's ex butler mark the first State Funeral on the Isle of Man ordered by the Queen?

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  • 6 months ago
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    It will be well attended, he was not liked.

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  • Anonymous
    6 months ago

    In the United Kingdom, a state funeral is usually reserved for a monarch and the Earl Marshal is in charge. The last such funeral was held in 1952 for King George VI. In addition, very exceptionally, a state funeral may be held to honour a highly distinguished figure, with the approval of the monarch and with Parliament's approval (of the expenditure of public funds). This last happened in 1965 for Sir Winston Churchill.

    Other funerals (including those of senior members of the Royal Family and high-ranking public figures) may share many of the characteristics of a state funeral without being gazetted as such; for these, the term 'ceremonial funeral' is used. The funerals of Diana, Princess of Wales (1997), Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother (2002) and Margaret Thatcher (2013) have fallen into this category.

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  • 6 months ago

    Yes and horrible harrison from Scunthorpe, along with ALL of his multiple accounts, will be there to deliver the Eulogy and steal the brass handles from the coffin!

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  • 6 months ago

    He thoroughly deserves it. His boyfriend from scunthorpe will be there.

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