The world lost her majesty the Queen, Queen Elizabeth II on 8th September 2022 at the age of 96 years. She was unwell for quite some time and was surrounded by her family in her last days in the Balmoral Castle.
Read below to know about Queen final Journey.
Who is the next in line after the Queen?
Prince Charles III is the next heir to the throne and was named King as soon as Queen Elizabeth, his mother passed away.
How long does the London Bridge Operation last?
The London Bridge Operation lasts for a total of 10 days where on the last day the Queen’s coffin is rested in the ground at St. George’s Chapel.
The process of the Queen final Journey to Buckingham Palace:
- Yesterday, on 13th April, Queen Elizabeth’s coffin left Scotland for Buckingham Palace in England. The coffin was placed in Edinburgh for one day where the residents of Scotland paid their tributes and respect to their late Queen.
- Her majesty the Queen’s coffin was in St. Giles Cathedral and was carried to the Edinburgh airport.
- King Charles III and other members of the royal family received the coffin today at London in RAF Northolt which is an air force base near Buckingham Palace.
- The Queen’s coffin was taken by a state hearse to Buckingham palace from RAF Northolt air force base.
- Hundreds of people were gathered throughout the streets to pay their respects to her majesty the Queen till the time she reached Buckingham Palace.
- The members of the royal household have been meeting the mourners since the last two days.
- Today, on 14th September, the Queen’s coffin will be shifted to Westminster hall through a gun carriage shortly after 1400 hours BST.
- A service done by the reverend of the Westminster Hall will be performed to pay their respects for late Her Majesty The Queen.
- Once the ceremony has finished, the Queen’s lying-in-state will officially commence from 1700 hours BST.
- People can read about the rules and regulations for the Queen’s lie-in-state via this link:
The Queen’s coffin will be laid to rest at St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle on 19th September at 1100 hrs BST. She will be laid next to her husband, Prince Philip who died in April 2021. The Queen reigned for a total of 73 years which is the longest any monarch in the royal family has ever served. This will be Queen final Journey.
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