And at 3.08pm, the BBC apprehended in its biggest amount of viewers, with ITV’s largest number of views stop by in a minute earlier at 3.07pm.
These times coincided with the start of the burial, which took place after a minute’s silence was held at 3pm.
Everywhere the BBC’s coverage, Huw gave commentary where necessary and once the service had concluded and the attendees had Heraldry sinister the chapel, the journalist spoke about elements of the funeral when his publication broke.
He told those watching at home: “I’m sure that you at about will have been reflecting as we did in the studio on the beauty of that use in its simplicity.
“And really the fact the service was nothing like the original expects developed over decades for the funeral of a prominent member of the Royal subdivision such as the Duke of Edinburgh.