Land Rover Designed by Prince Philip to Carry His Coffin at Funeral

The vehicle is believed to have been a Defender 130 Gun Bus, which was commissioned for use by the late Queen’s husband in 2005.
London: The Land Rover assisted by Prince Philip, Governor of Edinburgh more than 15 years ago, will be in the middle of a catastrophic funeral celebration at Windsor Castle in southeastern England next Saturday, according to data released by the Buckingham Palace.
The car is believed to belong to the Defender 130 Gun Bus, which was commissioned by the late Queen’s husband in 2005 three years before British luxury brands Jaguar and Land Rover (JLR) were seized by Tata Motors.
At Jaguar Land Rover, we are deeply saddened by the passing of the Royal Highness Prince Philip, Governor of Edinburgh, read a statement from JLR.
Our thoughts and comfort are with the General Assembly and the Royal Family at this time. His Royal Highness dedicated his life to public service and made a significant contribution to British production, engineering, and design, he said.

A high-profile royal coffin will be loaded onto the Land Rover for an eight-minute meeting at the gates of St George’s Chapel, where the funeral will begin with a moment of national peace during the 1500 local venue on April 17.

His Royal Highness funeral will be carried in a Land Rover designed for the purposes of the Governor who participated in the construction of the Pall Bearers’ Ceremony, at the Ceremonial Ceremony from State Palace to St. Petersburg. George’s Chapel, Funeral Home. Members of the Royal Family and Governor of Edinburgh’s Household will walk behind the coffin, Buckingham Palace said in a statement.

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