The Ghanaian community in the United Kingdom has organised their own funeral for the late Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip.
Photos and videos of the beautiful event have been spotted online by trayonlinegh.com.
The Prince who was the husband of the Queen Elizabeth II died on the morning of April 9 after decades of service to the Crown and the UK.
The burial service of the late royal was held at the Windsor Castle. Streamed online, the ceremony was restricted to only 30 attendees instead of 800.
Meanwhile, Ghanaians living in the UK took it upon themselves to pay their last respect to the Duke.
The colourful event held in North London saw a handful of Ghanaians gathered wearing mourning clothes as the celebrate the life of the husband of the Queen.