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Watch now: The funeral of Britain's Prince Philip
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Watch now: The funeral of Britain's Prince Philip

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The world is saying goodbye to Britain's Prince Philip on Saturday as a funeral service is being held for the Duke of Edinburgh, husband of Queen Elizabeth II, who died last week at age 99.

BBC's live coverage of the funeral is available above via YouTube. You can also watch a live stream of the service here on CNN.com.

Here's more of what you need to know about Saturday's events, including coverage by other major television networks:

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