The uniforms and medals worn by the Royal Family at Queen Elizabeth’s burial

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In a tribute to the branches of the military services they served in, the King wears his Royal Navy uniform, while Prince William appears in RAF colours. At the Queen’s burial, the King wore his Royal Navy uniform, while his son and heir wore RAF colours, as a reference to the branches of the armed services in which they both served.

In a tribute to the branches of the military services they served in, the King wears his Royal Navy uniform, while Prince William appears in RAF colours. At the Queen’s burial, the King wore his Royal Navy uniform, while his son and heir wore RAF colours, as a reference to the branches of the armed services in which they both served.

Because they are no longer functioning members of the royal family, the Duke of Sussex and Duke of York, who both served in the military, were clothed in full mourning attire for the state burial.

The King donned the Royal Navy No. 1 tailcoat with sword, Order of the Garter collar, Order of the Thistle Sash, Order of Merit neck order, Garter Star, and Thistle Star.

He also wore full-size medals such as the Queen’s Service Order (New Zealand), the Coronation Medal, the Silver Jubilee Medal, the Golden Jubilee Medal, the Diamond Jubilee Medal, the Platinum Jubilee Medal, and a Naval Long Service Good Conduct (LSGC) medal (three x Additional Service Bars).

The Canadian Forces Decoration (three x Additional Service Bars), The New Zealand Commemorative Medal, and The New Zealand Armed Forces Award were among the other medals awarded.

Charles served in the military for six years, mostly flying for the Royal Navy.

The Earl of Wessex wore the Blues Uniform, the Garter Star and Sash, and the Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order (GCVO) star.

He also wore the Silver, Gold, Diamond, and Platinum Jubilee Medals, as well as the New Zealand and Canadian Forces Medals.

After graduating from university in the 1980s, Prince Edward served as a Royal Marines officer cadet for a brief period.

In a tribute to the branches of the military services they served in, the King wears his Royal Navy uniform, while Prince William appears in RAF colours. At the Queen’s burial, the King wore his Royal Navy uniform, while his son and heir wore RAF colours, as a reference to the branches of the armed services in which they both served.

Because they are no longer functioning members of the royal family, the Duke of Sussex and Duke of York, who both served in the military, were clothed in full mourning attire for the state burial.

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The Prince of Wales was dressed in the RAF No 1 uniform, complete with the Garter Sash, RAF Pilot Wings, and the Garter Star Chest Order.

He also wore the Jubilee Medals in Gold, Diamond, and Platinum.

William served in the military for seven years, including more than three years as a search and rescue pilot.

The Princess Royal donned a full ceremonial Royal Navy outfit with the rank of Admiral.

She wore full-size medals such as the Queen’s Service Order, the Coronation Medal, the Silver, Gold, Diamond, and Platinum Jubilee awards, the Long Service and Good Conduct Medal (Royal Navy), the Canadian Forces Decoration, the Order of St John Service Medal, and the New Zealand 1990 Medal.

Anne was awarded the Most Noble Order of the Garter (Garter Star), the Most Ancient and Most Noble Order of the Thistle (Star), and the Royal Victorian Order (Knight Grand Cross).

She did not serve in the military, although she has received several honours and distinctions.

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