Queen Elizabeth II on her last journey, burial process begins

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The funeral of Queen Elizabeth II of Britain is being done today with state honours. The coffin of Queen Elizabeth II has arrived at Windsor Castle. The process of burying the queen has begun.

Earlier, members of the Royal Family were present as the Queen’s coffin was carried from Westminster Hall to Westminster Abbey. The Queen’s coffin was taken out of Westminster Hall to Westminster Abbey, in a gun carriage. Which drew 142 naval sellers. King Charles and his sons were also seen walking with the coffin.

The process of burial of the queen begins

A special car carrying the coffin of Queen Elizabeth II has reached Windsor Castle. The process of burying the Queen has begun. The funeral of Queen Elizabeth II has been completed. The Queen will be buried in the King George VI Memorial Chapel near her husband, Prince Philip.

Let us tell you that many people are present near Windsor Castle to pay tribute to the Queen. The King and his royal family are present at the King George V Memorial Chapel for the Queen’s burial. The Queen’s beloved dogs, Muick and Sandy, are also present at St. George’s Chapel.

Queen’s coffin passes in front of Buckingham Palace

The Queen’s coffin passed in front of Buckingham Palace for the last time while carrying Wellington Arch.

Liz Truss Reads the Bible Book

British Prime Minister Liz Truss John also read a Bible book on the occasion of the Queen’s funeral. He recited a passage related to Jesus Christ’s promise of a place in heaven to his followers. Let us tell you that Queen Elizabeth II was born in Westminster Abbey.

A two-minute silence was observed across the UK

A two-minute silence was observed across the UK to mark the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II.

King Charles III lays a wreath

At the request of King Charles III, a wreath was placed at the top of the Queen’s coffin. The wreath includes rosemary, English oak and myrtle leaves and cut flowers from the gardens of the Royal Residences.

The card written by King reads, ‘In his love and memory, Charles R.’

The Royal Family arrives at Westminster Abbey

The Queen’s Consort, The Princess of Wales, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and other members of the Royal Family arrived at Westminster Abbey for the Queen’s funeral.

Many politicians from around the world visited Westminster Abbey

World leaders including French President Emmanuel Macron, Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro and South Korean President Yoon Suk-yol had arrived at Westminster Abbey to attend the funeral.

Several British politicians including former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Lady Theresa May, David Cameron, Tony Blair and Gordon Brown arrived at Westminster Abbey to attend the funeral. Let us tell you that 15 Prime Ministers of Britain served during the 70-year reign of Queen Elizabeth II.

The Funeral Service ended at 4:25 pm, after which a 2-minute silence would be observed. After this, the Queen’s coffin would be taken out on the streets of London, a cannon salute was given every minute and the Big Ben bell would also be rung every minute.

Queen died at the age of 96

Queen Elizabeth II died on 8 September at Balmoral Castle in Scotland at the age of 96. More than 500 delegates from different countries attended the Queen’s funeral program. Britain’s new King Charles III will announce a week of public mourning across the country after Queen Elizabeth’s funeral.

The Queen will be buried near their husband Prince Philip

Queen Elizabeth II will be buried next to her husband, Prince Philip, in the King George V Memorial Chapel. Tight security arrangements have been made during the funeral, and more than 5000 soldiers have been deployed everywhere. This includes soldiers of the Army, Navy and Air Force. Let us inform that President Murmu reached Britain on a three-day visit from 17 to 19 September.

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