The park says that the flowers left for Prince Edinburgh in Windsor Castle will be removed and exhibited on the premises.
Citizen members left candles and a bouquet of spring flowers outside the gates of Berkshire Castle. The Duke died on Friday morning.
There were also notes of condolences to the Queen and gratitude to the Duke, some of which were written by the children.
A Windsor Great Park spokesman said the compliments were “in honor” moved to a private location on the castle grounds and exhibited there.
The sound of bagpipes was heard as people gathered and socially distanced to pay homage to the Duke, who died at the age of 99.
Flowers, garlands, flags and teddy bears were also left outside Buckingham Palace, but the general public was told to remove them and was asked not to leave a compliment.
The sign displayed on Saturday said, “Please do not leave any compliments, relics, or candles in this place.
“Note that the tributes and candles that remain here will be removed on a regular basis.”
Workers were depicted removing items early Saturday morning.
People have been Discouraged gathering in groups to commemorate the Duke’s death Because there is a risk of spreading the coronavirus.
The palace said, “People who want to express their condolences are asked not to gather in the royal palace in the safest way possible,” and urged the general public not to gather in the crowd.
An online condolence letter has been opened on the official royal website for posting personal compliments.
Salute gun salutes are planned on Saturdays throughout the UK, Gibraltar, and the sea.
As it is broadcast online and on television, the public is encouraged to observe the salute of guns fired in commemoration of important national events from home.