The national anthem was not played during Queen Elizabeth’s funeral; Prince Harry has been accused of insulting the monarchy Prince Harry accused of being ‘disrespectful’ to the crown

London: Britain bids a tearful farewell to Queen Elizabeth. The Queen will be laid to rest at the King George VI Memorial Chapel with Prince Philip. Thousands attended the funeral on Monday. Millions of people around the world watched the ceremony through screens. But now there are allegations that Prince Harry showed disrespect to the royal administration during the ceremony.

According to British tradition, only the reigning monarch does not sing the King’s Anthem at the ceremony. But some pointed out that Harry did not sing the national anthem ‘God Save the King’ during the ceremony. They have also shared a minute-long video on social media to substantiate the allegation.

With the video going viral, the protest against Harry is getting stronger, including on social media. Many called for Prince Harry to be stripped of all his royal titles.

At the same time, many people came forward in support of Harry. Some responded that a small part of the video is being circulated and if you look closely, you can see him singing the song.

Queen Elizabeth II died at the age of 96 on September 8 at Balmoral Castle. Prince Harry is the grandson of Queen Elizabeth, who was Britain’s longest-serving monarch. Harry came to the ceremony with his wife Meghan Markle.