LONDON, GROSSBRITANNIEN17. APRIL 2021QUELLE: AFPTV1. Halbnahe The Daily Telegraph2. Halbnahe newspapers in a shop3. Halbnahe hand turns pages of paperWINDSOR, ENGLAND, GROSSBRITANNIEN17. APRIL 2021QUELLE: POOL4. Foto The coffin of Britain's Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh is laid onto a modified Land Rover Defender in the quadrangle ahead of the ceremonial funeral procession to St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle in Windsor, west of London, on April 17, 2021.WINDSOR, ENGLAND, GROSSBRITANNIEN17. APRIL 2021QUELLE: POOL5. Foto Britain's Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, (L-front), Britain's Prince Andrew, Duke of York, (L-centre) and Britain's Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, (L-back) are seen during the ceremonial funeral procession of Britain's Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh to St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle in Windsor, west of London, on April 17, 2021.LONDON, GROSSBRITANNIEN17. APRIL 2021QUELLE: AFPTV6. Halbnahe gun salute fired at the begining of the minute of silence7. Verfolgungsfahrt people pay respects to Prince Philip with a minute's silence in Piccadilly Circus 8. O-TON 1 - Stewart Duncan, steward on the railway, from Edinburgh (Mann, 22 Jahre alt, English, 11 Sek.): 'I think this is a time where we’ve all been able to come together and share that grief and I think in the past year, we’ve realised the importance of being there for each other when times are difficult.'9. O-TON 2 - Jeremy Kemball, deputy head teacher at Westminster school (Mann, 57 Jahre alt, English, 16 Sek.): 'I think perhaps people of Philip’s generation are going to feel more closely associated with him because they’ve seen the relationship evolve over many many years. I think younger people are probably being informed of this stuff for the very first time, so it’s slightly retrospective. So I think the country has lots of different reactions to his departure. Certainly my mother’s generation will be watching the funeral. I say I possibly won’t be and I don’t think my children will either, that’s no reflection on the importance of the event.'WINDSOR, ENGLAND, GROSSBRITANNIEN17. APRIL 2021QUELLE: AFPTV10. Halbnahe patrons of Duke of Edinburgh pub watch live coverage of funeral11. Halbnahe patrons of Duke of Edinburgh pub watch live coverage of funeral12. O-TON 3 - Melissa Allison, Works for a charity (Frau, English, 10 Sek.): 'I think I feel a lot like a lot of people - very sad. Of course when you live in Windsor it's very easy to feel such a part of it, feel very close to him. I think a lot of people feel that they knew him because he was around here so much so yeah, feeling sad. It's lovely that there are so many people that have come in though to pay their respects.'13. Halbnahe Landlady Annie Andrews putting up photo of the Duke of Edinburgh14. O-TON 4 - Annie Andrews, Landlady (Frau, English, 16 Sek.): 'I think most people are thinking of the Queen and the rest of the family, it’s a very sad time for them, but he has led such an incredible life that I think it should be celebrated, rather than tears.'15. Nah sign reading 'RIP Prince Philip Duke of Edinburgh 1921-2021'