body of Queen Elizabeth II will be transported from Balmoral to Edinburgh by road over 100 miles. on Sunday at start of travel back in London for in first full state funeral with death of Sir Winston Churchill in 1965
The late queen will remain in Edinburgh for two nights before flying out back to the capital.
public will have their first the opportunity to pay your respects along the route, which ends with Buckingham Palace in consultation with other organs.
Under current plans expected her body will be taken along the Royal Mile and spend one night at Holyroodhouse, Edinburgh’s Royal Palace, before moving to St. Giles’ Cathedral. for a special service visited on King’s Monday.
Then the coffin will be delivered by plane. on Tuesday night in London ahead of state funeral expected to take place place in 10 days on Monday, 19 September.
full state funeral attract one of the largest collections of world leaders in history.
White House officials said US President Joe Biden would attend. of state from all over Europe and the Commonwealth, as well as royal families from all over the world will also be invited.
The funeral will also tell me what is likely to be the largest security operation ever conducted by the UK, with up to 10,000 police officers deployed. on streets and holidays are expected to be cancelled.
hundreds of thousands of well-wishers will also to go down on London says goodbye to the monarch who reigned for 70 years old. Overwhelming majority of British public never lived under any other head of state.