Prince Philip’s Land Rover hearse revealed ahead of funeral

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Prince Philip's Land Rover hearse revealed ahead of funeral


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He makes his wish come true.

(Steve Parsons – Piscine WPA / Getty Images)

The late Prince Philip is said to have once asked Queen Elizabeth to ‘stick me in the back of a Land Rover and drive me to Windsor’ when he died, and that’s about what will happen. spend Saturday.

(Steve Parsons – Piscine WPA / Getty Images)

The Royal Family have revealed the custom Land Rover Defender Prince Philip helped design that will carry his casket through the castle grounds to St George’s Chapel for service.

According to Sky News, Prince Philip had tinkered with the 2003 Defender TD5 130 chassis cab for the past 18 years with the help of Land Rover, choosing the paint color and installing a platform with poles for keep the coffin in the air.

(Steve Parsons – Piscine WPA / Getty Images)

Royal coffins are traditionally carried on horse-drawn carriages, but Prince Philip is a well-known Land Rover enthusiast, often seen driving the brand’s vehicles. He was behind the wheel of a Land Rover Freelander when he was involved in a car accident in 2019 on a public road at the age of 97, which led him to give up his driver’s license for good.

Currently, Queen Elizabeth’s late husband is lying resting at Windsor Castle.

He died on April 9 at the age of 99.

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