Elizabeth’s body was exhumed at around 10am local time (6am GMT) yesterday. Funeral procession do Balmoral Castle to Edinburgh. It took just over six hours to reach the first destination.the palace HolyroodThere he stayed the night in the throne room.
This morning, Brazilian time, the coffin was taken from the palace to St Giles’ Cathedral in Edinburgh. In a short procession, King Charles III, Princes Andrew and Edward, Princess Anne and Sir Timothy LawrenceAnnie’s husband followed the route on foot for about a kilometer.
Behind them a car carried Queen Consort Camilla and Sophie, Countess of Wessex, Prince Edward’s wife. “God save the Queen!” The procession was marked by reverent silence with shouts of
The royal family then attended the ceremony at the cathedral. Now the Queen’s coffin will be inside St Giles 24 hours a day, during which the public can pay their respects.
UK and Scottish Prime Ministers Liz Truss and Nicola Sturgeon also attended the event.
The Crown of Scotland – usually displayed at Edinburgh Castle – sits atop the Queen’s coffin. Made of gold, silver and precious stones, this piece is used in ceremonies to represent the presence of the sovereign.
Thousands are expected for this last moment with the King. The crowd was advised to bring food and drink, as there was likely to be a queue.
According to the BBC, visitors will be subject to “airport-level” screening. Filming or filming of the visit is not permitted.
At night King Charles and his brothers will keep a vigil around the coffin.
Queen Elizabeth’s body leaves in procession
What will happen next?
The body will be taken to London tomorrow. The Operation Unicorn It is decided to start the journey from Waverley station where the coffin is placed on a private train used by the British royal family since 1840.
According to The Daily Mail, authorities are already prepared to deal with crowds gathering around the railway to watch the train pass. However, in the case journey Not possible by train, the body will be taken by plane from Aberdeen airport – that’s where it’s at Members of the Royal Family arrived to accompany the Queen in her final moments.
The funeral will take place on September 19 at Westminster Abbey in central London. The Queen will be buried at the King George VI Memorial Chapel. The coffin is next to where Duke Philip, his parents and sister Princess Margaret are buried.
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