There were various services of remembrance being held for His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh across the region.
The public have been told not to attend Windsor on the day, or any of the other Palaces in the days leading up to the funeral, and only the Royal Family will be in attendance at St George's Chapel.
The funeral will be shown on ITV.
A special service was recorded at the cathedral on Friday 16th April - it was streamed on Leeds City Council's YouTube channel at 6PM.
The service was led by Rector of Leeds, The Reverend Canon Sam Corley, with the Archbishop of Leeds The Right Reverend Nick Baines giving a sermon.
The service was being streamed online so that members of the public could pay their respects whilst adhering to Covid restrictions.
A service of Evensong was held at the Cathedral at 6pm Friday 16th April - the event was ticketed and streamed online.
Members of the public will be permitted to go to the Cathedral at any time on Saturday to pay their respects.
A service of Evensong was be held at 5.30pm yesterday evening and streamed online here.
Last week the Archbishop of York, The Most Rev Stephen Cottrell said: "Prince Philip was a remarkable man who lived a life of service dedicated to his country, to his wife, Queen Elizabeth ll and his family.
"Having become the longest-serving British consort, Prince Philip has been unstinting in his support, leading her Majesty to famously comment 'he has, quite simply, been my strength and stay all these years'."
A service remembering the Duke's life was held last night and can be watched on the Cathedral's website.
Members of the public were allowed to visit the Cathedral over the weekend to light a candle and remember Prince Philip.
The doors will be open from 10am-4pm on April 17 and between 1pm-5pm on April 18.
A service was being held at Southwell Cathedral at 4.30pm yesterday afternoon. The service was led by the Bishop of Southwell and Nottingham the Rt Revd Paul Williams.
People could watch it online at the Cathedral's website.
A service was be held yesterday evening at 7.30pm and will be streamed on the Cathedral's Facebook and Youtube pages.