They often make headlines for alleged drama in their ranks, but the royal family—and the world—are all focusing on the memory of Prince Philip, as the Duke of Edinburgh is officially laid to rest, following his death on April 9 at the age of 99.

Prince Philip died peacefully last week, after serving as Queen Elizabeth II’s faithful consort throughout her reign. His funeral has now officially taken place in Windsor, at St. George's Chapel, and while many wondered initially about some of the family drama surfacing at the solemn occasion—such as the rift between Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, and Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex—the world is instead focusing on remembering the Duke and his lifetime of service.

Many have focused on the Queen, who is mourning her husband of 73 years, with many feeling her heartache over losing the man she has loved for most of her life.

Others noted how other members of the family, like Prince Charles and Princess Anne, were showing their grief over their father.

Some also took to social media to warn those looking for drama not to focus on the situation between William and Harry, because the day wasn’t about them, but their grandmother and grandfather.

The funeral is a scaled-down affair in line with Prince Philip’s known wishes for a less fussy memorial, but also due to COVID-19 restrictions. Because of current rules in place in the United Kingdom, the funeral was limited to only 30 attendees—with various members of the Royal Family and Prime Minister Boris Johnson all sitting out from the service to allow for as many members of the family to attend as possible.

Among those who are in attendance are the Queen, Prince Charles, The Duchess of Cornwall, Princess Anne, Sir Tim Laurence, Prince Andrew, Prince Edward, The Countess of Wessex, Lady Louise, Viscount Severn, Prince William, The Duchess of Cambridge, Prince Harry, Peter Phillips, Zara and Mike Tindall, Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi, Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank, The 2nd Earl of Snowdon and Lady Sarah and Daniel Chatto.

The memorial, known as Operation Forth Bridge, is also closed to the public entirely due to COVID-19.

Following the service, the official mourning period of eight days will conclude in the United Kingdom, though Queen Elizabeth likely may take more time to mourn her husband before returning to her duties. Her period of mourning is expected to come to an official end one month after her husband’s death.

Windsor prepares for Prince Philip's funeral
Windsor prepares for Prince Philip's funeral AFPTV / Mathilde BELLENGER