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Palace forbids some parts of Queen's funeral to be shown again - including Prince George, claims expert

Buckingham Palace has forbidden some parts of the Queen 's funeral to be shown to the public again, including nine year old Prince George getting emotional, a royal expert has claimed. British broadcasters have apparently been asked not to share footage of members of the royal family showing their emotions over the death of the Queen, including Sophie, Countess of Wessex who was frequently seen wiping her eyes during the heart-wrenching funeral service on 19 September.

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