Pregnant Meghan Markle will watch Prince Philip’s funeral on a live stream from the US after being unable to attend.
But Buckingham Palace confirmed those who are unable to attend will make “private arrangements” to mark Philip’s life.
And Meghan will be able to watch the sombre proceedings through a special live stream with Archie.
Mourners who would have attended if Covid regulations limiting funeral numbers weren’t in place will be given special log-in details.
The online coverage will carry the same footage as BBC, ITV and other broadcasters, but won’t have live commentary and punditry.
While in the States, Meghan and Harry’s pals Omid Scobie and Gayle King will lead coverage.
Philip’s funeral will be different to any other royal’s after Covid made the family strip back all tradition.
Just 30 guests will be in attendance and the Queen will not take part in the procession from Windsor Castle.
Under Covid rules, all those entering the chapel will wear a face mask and all members of the Royal Family will be seated two metres apart.
Harry has been self-isolating at his previous martial home Frogmore Cottage after flying back to the UK.
Meghan, 39, made “every effort” to travel but didn’t receive medical clearance from her physician, a Senior Palace Official and Buckingham Palace spokesman said.
Since returning, Harry has reportedly made contact with Charles, William, Beatrice and Eugenie.
The royal is said to want to “park any disputes” before the funeral for Philip, who passed away last Friday aged 99.
The funeral will be the first time Harry has come face-to-face with his family since quitting as a senior royal last year and since his explosive chat with Oprah Winfrey.
In a show of solidarity, several members of the royal family have shared touching photos and tributes in memory of Philip this week.
Kate Middleton and Prince William released a touching photo of Philip and the Queen with seven of their great-grandchildren.
Harry also released a poignant message remembering his grandad as “master of the barbecue and legend of banter”.
He said Philip was “cheeky ‘til the end” and “authentically himself” throughout his more than 70 years of service to the nation.
And he thanked the dedicated royal for being a “rock” to his grandmother the Queen.
This story was originally published on The Sun and is republished with permission.