Non-public burial ceremony for Queen Elizabeth II happening at St George’s Chapel
A non-public burial ceremony for Queen Elizabeth II is happening at Windsor Fortress’s St George’s Chapel.
King Charles III and different members of the Royal Household have returned to St George’s Chapel for a personal household service.
They will even witness the Queen’s burial on the King George VI memorial chapel, which is inside St George’s Chapel, alongside her late husband, the Duke of Edinburgh.
“The Queen will probably be buried together with her late husband The Duke of Edinburgh, alongside her father King George VI, mom Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mom and sister Princess Margaret,” in accordance with the royal household’s assertion.
Particulars of the service haven’t been disclosed, with Buckingham Palace calling it a “deeply private household event”.
King Charles III and different members of the Royal Household have been seen combating again their tears as they witnessed the Queen’s burial.
Prince and Princess of Wales shared touching tributes to the late Queen, saying: “Goodbye to a Queen, a mom, a grandmother and an ideal grandmother.”
The Queen has been farewelled in a touching funeral service in entrance of devastated royal relations, world leaders, and tens of 1000’s of visibly upset mourners who gathered to have a good time the longest-serving monarch’s adorned life on the throne.