The late queen will be interred in St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle, following her state funeral earlier today.
Queen Elizabeth II will be interred on Monday 19 September at 7:30 pm local time (8:30 pm French time) in a private ceremony at St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle on the outskirts of West London following her state funeral. in the morning, said the palace.
On Friday evening, also at 7.30 pm, his children, including King Charles III, will gather for a vigil in front of his coffin, displayed at the Palace of Westminster in London until the funeral of the sovereign who died on 8 September at the age of 96. in Scotland.
“Vigil of the princes”
This “vigil of princesit will be the threshold moment during the 11 days of tribute to Elizabeth II when Andrea will be able to wear the military uniform. He was stripped of his military titles and ostracized by the monarchy due to sexual assault allegations against him in the United States, which he ended up paying millions of dollars.
The state funeral, the first since Winston Churchill’s death in 1965, will take place on Monday 19 September at 11 am at Westminster Abbey in the presence of over 2,000 guests, including hundreds of foreign dignitaries and crowned heads.
About 200 people decorated by the Queen will also be in attendance in June this year, including health workers involved in the response to the Covid-19 pandemic, Downing Street said.
Once the “last message», Homage to the fallen of the British army, two minutes of silence will be observed, around 11:55 am. After the funeral, the coffin will be returned to the arms carriage and paraded through the British capital to Wellington’s Arch in Hyde Park Corner. There he will be loaded into a hearse.
The burial will be reserved for the closest relatives
Once in Windsor, the hearse will go to St. George’s Chapel via the Long Walk, a spectacular alley that runs through the estate to the castle, before a televised ceremony. A religious function will take place at 16:00 in the chapel, in the presence of over 800 people, before the burial reserved for close family members, without photographers or cameras.
The queen’s coffin will rest in the King George VI Chapel, an annex to the main chapel where the Queen’s father and mother already lie, along with the ashes of her sister, Princess Margaret. Prince Philip’s coffin, which currently rests in the royal crypt, will be moved to the chapel to join his wife.
Prince Philip’s coffin, which currently rests in the royal crypt, will be moved to the chapel to join his wife. On Sunday Charles III will hold a reception for the heads of state present in the United Kingdom.
The queen’s funeral has been the subject of careful preparation coordinated by the Duke of Norfolk for 20 years. The event “will unite people around the world and resonate with people of all faiths, fulfilling His Majesty’s will to pay commensurate tribute to his extraordinary reigntold reporters.
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