The Queen left Buckingham Palace for the last time and her coffin has now moved to Westminster Hall, where she will rest until her funeral morning in September 17.
New Kings Charles III, Princess Anne, Princes Andrew and Prince Edward, as well as Princes William and Harry, walk behind Her Majesty’s coffin adorned with the Imperial Crown – on arrival at Westminster Before the Palace of Sturt, it goes along the shopping center. Following the arrival of Her Majesty’s entourage, the new Queen, Princess of Wales, Duchess of Sussex and Countess of Wessex also attended a brief ceremony.
The Queen’s coffin arrives at Buckingham Palace after a RAF C-30 last visit to the palace on September evening 11 Flight from Edinburgh to London. Today’s parade marks the final part of a four-day journey as Her Majesty’s coffin is moved from her beloved Scottish resort Balmoral (where she died on September 8) to Westminster Hall. , accompanied by Princess Anne.
“I had the pleasure of sharing the last 13 hours I The life of a dearest mother,” the Princess Royal said in a statement. “It was an honor and a privilege to accompany her on her final journey. It is both humbling and heartening to see the love and respect that so many have shown on these journeys.”
September 11, Her Majesty’s Coffin from Aberdeenshire Transported by road to the Palace of Holyroodhouse and rested overnight in the Throne Room. Mourners lined the streets early Sunday morning for an opportunity to pay their respects as the Queen’s final journey began. Shortly after the early hours , the hearse drove past the gates of the Scottish estate, giving the public its first glimpse of the monarch’s coffin . It wears the Royal Scottish flag and is decorated with a simple wreath of white flowers. The wreath includes dahlias, sweet peas, phlox, white heather and pine firs, all from Balmoral estate.
The next day, her coffin was moved from her official residence in Scotland to St Giles Cathedral in Edinburgh, where the Queen rests until Tuesday afternoon. Her four children – the new King Charles III, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward – lined up behind the procession’s excursion through the Scottish capital. Edinburgh’s streets were lined with members of the public wishing to pay their respects.
The Crown of Scotland, dating back to 1540, was placed on the Queen’s coffin at St Giles Cathedral, addressed to Her Majesty the Queen before the ceremony grateful. The church also held an evening vigil attended by the king and other senior members of the royal family.
Arrived at Buckingham Palace on the evening of September , the Queen’s entourage was warmly received by the members The applauding public gathered outside. Her Majesty’s coffin spent the night in the Bow Room before being moved to Westminster Hall. Ahead of Her Majesty’s state funeral on Monday, the public is expected to line up for up to 30 hours for a chance to pass by the Queen’s coffin and pay their respects.
See the parade in the picture below.