Queen Elizabeth II will lie in state in Edinburgh and Westminster as part of 10 days of national start of mourning on Friday.
Allied flags will be at half mast and flown half-mast on royal residences, government buildings and military institutions and books of condolences are open at British embassies around the world. world.
King Charles III and his wife Camilla, Queen Consort, will return to London after spending Thursday evening. with instant family in Balmoral, where the queen died.
He is expected to meet Liz Truss and help arrange a funeral, and at 13:00 gun salt – one round or each year of the life of a queen – will be fired in London Hyde Park.
deputies will receive chance make your own tribute queen in House of Commons from 12:00 on Friday, before another unusual session from 14:00 on Saturday.
this is on Saturday session what senior Politicians are expected to take the oath of loyalty new King, according to House of Commons authorities.
He will be formally proclaimed king by the Accession Council, after which a proclamation will be read at St. James’s Palace and he will meet the cabinet of Mrs Truss.
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The Queen has died at the age of 96
Having received a petition of condolences in Westminster Hall, then King Charles begin tour of United Kingdom home countries including Northern Ireland and Wales, with short ceremony in each.
How did the queen die? in Scotland, her body will lie in Cathedral of Saint Giles in Edinburgh for 24 hours on Sunday to allow close family pay tribute to. The King and Queen Consort are expected to return to Scotland.
Like a period of mourning continues, the queen will be transported to London, where her coffin is expected to lie in state for three days at Westminster Hall in promote of her state funeral at Westminster Abbey in central London, ceremony presided over by over archbishop of Canterbury.
She will eventually be buried in St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle, where her late husband Prince Philip and both of her parents the Queen Mother and George VI, also buried.
Day of her funeral and all of coronation of Both Kings Charles III will national holiday.
The queen is lying in the state is expected attract hundreds of thousands of mourners.
There will be a period of royal mourning for seven days after her funeral. last main period of national mourning was in honour of duke of Edinburgh after his death on April 9, 2021
he didn’t lie in state, in conformity with his wishes, but in in any case, mass events were against law at the time due to the Covid-19 crisis. His wife of 73 years old was forced to sit alone at his funeral because of in social distancing measures, hardships that she endured as stoically as ever.
last man to lie in state in Great Britain was the Queen Mother in 2002.
King Charles III will be formally declared king by the Accession Council, after which a proclamation will be read at St. James’s Palace and he will meet with the cabinet of Mrs Truss.
Having received a petition of condolences in Westminster Hall, then King Charles begin tour of United Kingdom home countries including Northern Ireland and Wales, with like a short ceremony in each.
Controversial, no period of mourning was declared in Great Britain followed death of Princess Diana in 1997, despite the scale of public feelings, but one was held in 2005 as a gesture of respect for 52 people killed in Islamist terror attacks on London on July 7th is year.
One of the most important thing happened in life memory in Great Britain has come in 1965, after death of Sir Winston Churchill.
His body put in state at St. Paul’s Cathedral in London for three days for mourners to pay final tribute prime minister, who famously maintained his composure to lead the allied forces to victory over Nazi Germany.
Queen Victoria asked her should do not lie in state. When she died at Osborne House on island of White in 1901, and semi-private lying in condition has been arranged for three days before allow Victoria’s servants and friends paid their respects.