Queen Elizabeth will be buried with her husband of 73 years, Prince Philip, in a private ceremony for members of the Royal Family after his funeral at Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace announced on Thursday, as more details on the much-anticipated funeral procession surfaced. come.
The Queen, who died last week at the age of 96, will lie in state at Westminster Hall, where her children, including King Charles III, will be monitored for 15 minutes at 7:30 p.m. Friday, multiple outlets said. informed of,
Thousands began to line up outside Westminster Hall on Wednesday night Queue Which stretched for more than three miles by Thursday morning, so that she could have the opportunity to see the queen lying in the kingdom.
His coffin will remain at Westminster Hall until Monday morning, when it will be carried by the British Royal Navy on a state gun carriage to Westminster Abbey for his funeral, which is expected to be attended by around 2,000 people.
Following the state funeral service at 11 a.m. on Monday, there will be a two-minute national silence before his coffin will be moved from his longtime home at Buckingham Palace to Wellington Arch for the last time.
A State Horse will carry her coffin to Windsor Castle, where she will be laid to rest in St George’s Chapel with her parents, King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, as well as Prince Philip, whose coffin is lying in Royal Vault since his death last year.
Thousands lined the streets of London in hours-long queues to catch a glimpse of the royal body being carried from Buckingham Palace to Parliament House on Wednesday, and nearly 20,000 people walked a mile to see her coffin. Made a long line. The march was through Edinburgh on Tuesday.
Queen Elizabeth died last week at the age of 96 at her Scottish residence, Balmoral Castle, ending the longest reign of a British monarch in 70 years. British officials did not disclose the cause of her death, although she took a step back from public affairs and dealt with several health concerns over the past year. His death drew condolences from celebrities and world leaders. Several restaurants and businesses announced they would remain closed on Monday, while some hospital visits and other funerals for the Queen's funeral would also be postponed.
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