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Music expected to play at The Queen's funeral – Diana style tribute and hymns
Queen Elizabeth II, will be held today (September 19, 2022).Members of royal families from across the globe, including Commonwealth and world leaders, are expected to attend the service at Westminster Abbey, London at 11am.Although no further details of the service itself have been announced by the Royal Family, it is expected that the funeral will include music.READ NEXT: What will the royal family wear to the Queen's funeral? Uniforms explainedRoyal funerals in the past have featured hymns and more recently, special tributes by musicians, and here, Daily Star takes a look at the music we could expect to hear at the service.This would not be uncommon, as royal funerals in recent decades have included music that has been linked closely to the lives and service of those who have died - including those of The Duke Of Edinburgh and Princess Diana.At Princess Diana's funeral in 1997, the musical choices are reported to have been chosen to reflect Diana as a person.These include John Tavener's Song for Athene and Libera Me, and Domine from Verdi's Requiem.The Duke Of Edinburgh's funeral service also included the hymn Eternal Father, Strong To Save, in a nod to Prince Phillip's service in the Royal Navy.Although it is not known what music will be played at the service, it is likely that The Queen's funeral will follow precedent and feature songs that will pay tribute to the monarch's life and dedication to the throne.It is possible that The Queen's funeral could include songs and hymns chosen by the monarch before her death.Prior to the death of Princess Margaret, The Queen's sister had chosen her own funeral service to be centred around the musical piece Faure's Requiem.
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Inside Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip’s enduring royal romance
died peacefully in her sleep at Balmoral Castle at age 96 on Thursday — just a little over a year after her beloved husband passed on April 9, 2021.Lasting more than seven decades, the romance between Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip was a love story that captivated followers for generations.The legendary pairing — which was the longest marriage in the history of the British royal family — began in 1939, when a 13-year-old Princess Elizabeth of England officially met, and was instantly charmed by, the dashing young Prince Philip of Greece.All of 18 at the time, Philip Mountbatten was preparing for a career in the Royal Navy, attending Britannia Royal Naval College in Dartmouth, England, where Elizabeth’s father King George VI had also attended.Despite the pair having met at royal events before, the third cousins — both of them shared a great-grandmother in Queen Victoria — weren’t properly introduced until young Elizabeth was touring the Naval College.According to those close to the family, it was love at first sight.Queen Elizabeth’s nanny Marion Crawford wrote in her book “The Little Princesses” that the teenager would “turn pink” whenever she saw Philip, adding she “never took her eyes off him.”Her interest in the young prince was also acknowledged by her cousin Margaret Rhodes, who wrote that the princess “was truly in love from the very beginning” in her autobiography “The Final Curtsey: A Royal Memoir by the Queen’s Cousin.”Elizabeth wasn’t the only one taken with the handsome prince. King George VI reportedly felt Philip to be “the right man for the job” of the soon-to-be queen’s consort.
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Emmerdale tonight (September 8), after Faith Dingle confuses son Cain for her former lover Shadrach.Fans of the ITV soap will remember Shadrach, played by Andy Devine, as a lovable rogue who became father to Chas and Gennie Dingle.The actor, who sadly died earlier this year at the age of 80 years old, is fondly remembered for his iconic role in Emmerdale, along with his stints in other famous TV programmes.READ NEXT: Emmerdale backstage secrets - Plastic food, real graves, tributes and spelling errorsHere, Daily Star takes a look inside the Shadrach star's life - from his stints on Coronation Street to his real name and tragic death.Andy Devine became an instant soap icon when he arrived in Emmerdale as Shadrach Dingle.However, many fans may be surprised to learn that Andy was not the actor's real name.He was born Peter Devine in Manchester, on February 28, 1942, where he grew up in the Cheetham Hill area of the city.However, when he turned 17, he decided to join the Royal Navy, where he served between 1959 to 1967.It was during his time serving with the Royal Navy that his friends nicknamed him "Andy" - and the rest, as they say, is history.Between 2000 and 2010, Andy's Shadrach Dingle became a memorable figure in Emmerdale.The father of Chas and Gennie Dingle remained on the soap for over a decade, with he and his famous clan delighting viewers with their comedic moments - as well as bringing plenty of drama and heartbreak to the village too.However, after more than a decade, the lovable Shadrach collapsed due to liver disease and fell into a river, sadly killing the character.The storyline also won Andy Devine a British Soap Award for Best Exit in 2011.Talking about leaving the soap in 2010, Shadrach actor Andy
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Scarlett Johansson and Sienna Miller star in upcoming Kristin Scott Thomas movie 'My Mother's Wedding'
"Black Widow" star Scarlett Johansson and "The Lost City of Z" actress Sienna Miller are playing sisters in the upcoming movie "My Mother's Wedding." The movie is directed by Kristin Scott Thomas, who is making her directorial debut with the film.  The drama is about three sisters who return to their childhood home for the third wedding of their twice-widowed mother, Diana.The sisters are very different from each other with Georgina as a nurse, Victoria as a Hollywood star and Katherine as a captain in the Royal Navy. The movie also stars Emily Beecham, who plays one of the sisters and Scott Thomas herself who plays their mother Diana.This is the third time that she has played Johansson's mother in a movie.The first time was in "The Horse Whisperer" and the second was in "The Other Boleyn Girl." "Directing and acting with such talented actresses and reuniting with Scarlett Johansson has been exhilarating," Scott Thomas said in a statement.  Kristin Scott Thomas makes her directorial debut with "My Mother's Wedding." (Alberto Pezzali/NurPhoto via Getty Images) Although this is Scott Thomas' directorial debut, she is an Oscar nominated actress and has been in movies like "The English Patient," "Four Weddings and a Funeral," "Gosford Park" and "Darkest Hour." Scott Thomas also was a co-writer of this film with John Micklethwait.  "I have wanted to direct for a long time and it was thrilling to create this fictional family using my own childhood memories as a springboard," Scott Thomas said.
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Queen's touching tribute to love-of-her-life Philip hidden in plain sight at memorial
The Queen was heavily involved in the planning of yesterday's memorial service for her late husband Prince Philip and left a beautiful tribute to him hidden in plain sight.The heartbroken monarch ensured there were plenty of personal touches at the event at Westminster Abbey - despite the congregation being 1,800 strong.Among the sweet tributes was one dated back to the day Her Majesty married Philip in November 1947 - in the same Abbey.That's because the flowers in the church for the memorial service were in shades of patriotic red, white and blue, with larger arrangements featuring blue eryngium – known as sea holly – a nod to the duke’s career in the Royal Navy, and his lifelong affection for the sea, Mirror reports.However, the smaller posies included white dendrobium orchids - the flowers that appeared in Princess Elizabeth’s wedding bouquet when she married Philip in 1947.The Queen is said to have personally requested orchids to be included in her wedding bouquet.The rest of the service itself also featured several of Prince Philip's poignant last requests that were finally honoured almost a year from his funeral.When he died last April aged 99, England was still in the grip of restrictions due to the Covid-19 pandemic.This meant his funeral, held on April 17 at St George's Chapel in Windsor, was a much scaled-back service, with just 30 guests and no singing by the guests.It had been Philip's express wishes for the congregation to join and sing the rousing hymn Guide Me, O Thou Great Redeemer at his funeral.To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.The hymn was sung by a small choir, guests at his funeral were not allowed to join in but yesterday (March 29),
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