Queen of England II. Princess Royal Anne and Prince Philip, the only daughter of Elizabeth’s longest-serving monarch, wrote a heartfelt note for her mother as she escorted her coffin to Buckingham Palace.
Grieving the loss of her mother, the Queen’s second child, Princess Royal wrote that she was lucky to share the last 24 hours of her beloved mother’s life as the Queen’s coffin traveled from Balmoral to London for the final rites.
“It was an honor and a privilege to accompany him on his last journeys. It was both an honor and a boost to witness the love and respect shown by so many on these journeys,” she wrote.
“We will all share unique memories. I would like to express my special thanks to everyone who shared our sense of loss,” he added.
Princess Royal, Queen II. After Elizabeth’s death, her brother III, who ascended the throne as king.
“We may have been reminded of how natural we accept his presence and contribution to our national identity. I am also very grateful for the support and understanding offered to my dear brother Charles, who accepted the Sovereign’s additional responsibilities.” Written by Princess Royal.
Born to Anne on August 15, 1950, Princess Royal is 16th in line to the British throne after her mother’s death on September 8, 2022. Queen Elizabeth’s eldest daughter was given the title of ‘Royal Princess’. ‘ in 1987.
Meanwhile, the coffin of Queen Elizabeth II. He arrived at Buckingham Palace from Edinburgh on Tuesday and will rest overnight in the palace’s Bow Room.
“Her Majesty the Queen’s coffin has arrived at Buckingham Palace where it will rest overnight in the Bow Room. The coffin will be transported tomorrow in the King’s Regiment in a Gun Carriage to Westminster Palace of the Union Royal Mounted Artillery,” The Royal Family Twitter He wrote in .
British Queen II. Elizabeth died at Balmoral Castle in Scotland on September 8th. Queen Elizabeth’s coffin began a six-hour journey from her home in the Scottish Highlands to Edinburgh on Monday.
He arrived at Holyroodhouse Palace and rested in a church in Edinburgh for people to pay their last respects to the queen.
On Monday afternoon, a Procession was formed in the forecourt of Holyroodhouse Palace to transport the Coffin to St Giles Cathedral in Edinburgh.
She was surrounded by the Carrier Party of the Royal Scottish Regiment and accompanied by the King’s Guards for Scotland and the Queen’s children at Holyroodhouse Palace.
The Queen’s children held a Vigil next to her coffin in the church of St Giles Cathedral on Tuesday.
“The people of Scotland offer their final farewells to Her Majesty the Queen as her coffin travels from Edinburgh to Buckingham Palace,” the Royal Family said.
On Wednesday afternoon, the Coffin will be transported in the King’s Royal Mounted Artillery Regiment in a Gun Carriage from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Palace, where the Queen will lie State in Westminster Hall until morning. State ceremony.
The procession will pass through Queen’s Gardens, The Mall, Horse Guards and Horse Guards Arch, Whitehall, Parliament Street, Parliament Square and New Palace Garden. After the coffin arrived at Westminster Hall, the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dean of Westminster, the Most Reverend Dr. will begin.
During the State Lie, the public will have the opportunity to visit Westminster Hall to pay their respects to the Queen. On the morning of Monday, September 19, the State Layoff will end and the Coffin will be taken in the parade from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey, where the State Funeral will be held at 1100 BST.
After the state funeral, the coffin will travel in procession from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch. The coffin will travel from Wellington Arch to Windsor and once there, the State Hearse will travel in parade via the Long Walk to Windsor Castle, St George’s Chapel. A Commitment Service will then take place in St George’s Chapel.
The death of the 96-year-old Queen has ended a generational, seven-year reign that has made her a beacon of stability in a turbulent world. The UK has entered a period of official mourning, with worldwide tribute.
King Charles-III, his mother, Queen II. He was proclaimed the new monarch of England on Saturday following Elizabeth’s death. Also, as the British Queen is no more, Britain’s national anthem will now revert to “God Bless the King”.
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