The Daily Telegraph
Dress code Royal uniforms and medals
Left, Queen Elizabeth’s four children walk behind her coffin up the Royal Mile to St Giles’ Cathedral. The Duke of York was not permitted to wear uniform as he is no longer a working member of the Royal family.
Field Marshal’s frock coat with Star & Ribband of the Order of the Thistle and the Baton of a Field Marshal.
The King also wore the Order of Merit neck decoration. Among his medals, the King wore a Queen’s Service Order medal, a Coronation medal, Silver, Golden, Diamond and Platinum medals and a Naval Long Service and Good Conduct medal.
The King also wore a New Zealand Commemorative medal, a New Zealand Armed Forces Award and a Canadian Forces’ Decoration.
The Princess Royal
Full Dress of an Admiral with Star & Ribband of the Order of the Thistle.
Alongside the Jubilee medals, the Princess Royal wore a Queen’s Service Order, a Coronation medal, a Long Service and Good Conduct medal, a Canadian Forces’ Decoration, Order of St John Service Medal and a New Zealand 1990 Medal. She also displayed three decorations – the Most Notable Order of the Garter, the Most Ancient and Most Noble Order of the Thistle and the Royal Victorian Order.
The Duke of York
Morning coat with Star of the Order of the Garter. His medals included a South Atlantic Medal, Silver, Golden, Diamond and Platinum Jubilee medals and Royal Navy Long Service Medals with bars. He also wore a Canadian Forces Decoration with bar and a New Zealand Commemoration medal.
The Earl of Wessex
No 1 Dress (Ceremonial) of the Royal Colonel of the Wessex Yeomanry with the Star & Ribband of the Order of the Garter.
The Earl of Wessex wore
all four Jubilee medals, a New Zealand medal and a Canadian Forces medal.