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Operation Unicorn: What is Operation Unicorn? What happens after the death of a queen in Scotland?

Nation in mourning over in death of Queen Elizabeth II on Thursday, noon (September 8).

Her Majesty died “peacefully” at Balmoral surrounded by her family, Buckingham Palace confirmed.

How did the queen die? in In Scotland, a plan known as Operation Unicorn will be implemented.

Queen Elizabeth

What is Operation Unicorn?

As Queen Elizabeth II died at Balmoral, Parliament will be suspended immediately to prepare for her state funeral.

thousands of people They are expected to come to Scotland to pay their respects and mourn. Many are expected to attend in Edinburgh at St Giles’ Cathedral, Scottish Parliament and Palace of Holyroodhouse.

Following her, the deathmonarch will be delivered from Balmoral Castle in Aberdeenshire to Edinburgh where she must rest in condition in the palace of Holyroodhouse.

Her coffin will then be transferred to St. Giles’ Cathedral. on Edinburgh Royal Mile where people can pay tribute.

The Queen will then be flown to London for her state funeral. place. It’s clear that she should be buried with her husband Duke of Edinburgh and parents at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor.

What is Operation London Bridge?

Operation London Bridge – Master Plan for Queen of death who will run in parallel with Operation Unicorn.

It sets out in what will happen in detail in 10 days between queen death and her state funeral.

What is Operation Spring Tide?

Operation Spring Tide Plan for prince of The ascension of Wales to the throne, which began the day after the coronation of the queen. death when will it be proclaimed new by the King’s Accession Council at St. James’s Palace.

This evening the deputies will swear allegiance new Monarch followed the next day by proclamations from the administrations of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

On the third day new The monarch is expected to receive an offer of condolences at Westminster Hall in in the morning and then leave for tour of UK, attending worship in Edinburgh, Belfast and Cardiff before returning to London.

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