The vault has also been the temporary resting place for almost 30 royals, including Philip's mother, Princess Andrew of Greece.
Stokes, who is currently in India with his franchise Rajasthan Royals, will fly home on Saturday.
The variant is believed to be largely responsible for India’s current second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, with infection rates and hospitalisations on the rise once again.
Woakes made his debut for Capitals in their opening clash against Chennai Super Kings at the Wankhede Stadium on April 10. He returned with figures of 2-18 in his three overs.
India A tour of England postponed, Virat Kohli and boys to take larger squad to prepare for Test series
The India men's team will instead tour with a larger squad to prepare for, and use during, the five-match Test Series.
England women will play India in a multi-format series across June and July this year with a Test match at Bristol kicking off the summer on June 16.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Philip was “shaped and protected the monarchy through all the vicissitudes” of the past last seven decades.
The funeral itself is also affected by the coronavirus rules, which limit crowd size to 30 people, with UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson giving up his spot to accommodate as many royal family members.
Anyone will be able to access the free, rapid lateral flow tests for themselves and their families to use twice a week starting this Friday.
Starting the series on a rousing note in February, England succumbed to the spin duo of Ravichandran Ashwin and Axar Patel to suffer heavy defeats in the next three Tests.
England registered a narrow 2-1 win over Poland in the World Cup qualifiers at Wembley Stadium on Thursday.
After being held in UAE last year due to COVID, the IPL returns to India and Stokes hopes fans would be allowed back in the stadiums soon.
Archer had played two Tests and all the five T20Is against India, and then he was ruled out from the ODI series and the first half of the IPL.
Curran after the loss said that the series against Virat Kohli's men was a big learning curve for him.
Archer suffered a cut on his right hand's middle finger in the accident that took place at his home at Hove in January prior to the tour of India.