Gogglebox stars Jenny Newby and Lee Riley made a poignant publish on Instagram throughout Prince Philip’s funeral.
The Duke of Edinburgh died final Friday, aged 99, and was laid to relaxation on Saturday afternoon in a service at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Citadel.
The Queen and 29 different mourners attended the funeral which paid tribute to Prince Philip’s “kindness, humour and humanity.”
The service additionally adopted Covid tips with all public parts cancelled, restricted visitors and different protocols in place.
However many centered on the Queen because the 94-year-old Monarch stated a ultimate goodbye to her husband of 73 years.
A picture, taken by the PA Information company, has been extensively circulated on-line exhibiting Her Majesty sat alone in her seat within the historical carved picket stalls of St George’s Chapel whereas the opposite members of her household had been strolling within the procession.
Sharing the poignant message themselves, Jenny and Lee took a second to remind folks that the royal household are “all human”.
They wrote: “No matter your emotions on the Royal Household or the protection of it on the telly bear in mind:
“A spouse has misplaced her husband. They’ve misplaced their Dad. They’ve misplaced their Granddad. They’ve misplaced their Nice Granddad. They’ve misplaced a good friend.
“And they’re all human #PrincePhilipfuneral.”
The publish was flooded with responses from their followers.
“Effectively stated. So unhappy to see our Queen sitting on her personal,” one replied.
One other commented: “Effectively stated you two legends! So unhappy seeing her on her personal!”
“100% agree…what a wonderful service,” a 3rd added.
Jenny and Lee had been additionally seen reacting to the information of Prince Philip’s dying throughout Friday night time’s episode of Gogglebox.
Jenny, 65, started to cry as she watched the BBC Information bulletin earlier than greatest pal Lee, 51, comforted her by joking: “I will allow you to off this time, you possibly can cry.”
She stated of the Duke’s passing: “I do not know what to say, I believe it is the primary time I have been misplaced for phrases.”