Queen Elizabeth II: A new era has begun in Britain with the coronation of King Charles III. Buckingham Palace informed that Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral will take place with state honors on Monday 19 September at Westminster Abbey. Before the funeral, the Queen’s body will be kept at Westminster Hall for four days so that people can pay their last respects by paying their last respects.
On Saturday, Charles III was declared Emperor of Britain during a historic ceremony as part of an important development in the history of Britain. Buckingham Palace issued a statement that the body of Queen Elizabeth II has been kept in a coffin in the Ballroom of Balmoral Castle. The body will be transported to Edinburgh along with the coffin, traveling 180 miles by road on Sunday 11 September.
The coffin will be taken from the Palace of Holyroodhouse to St Giles’ Cathedral. The body will be kept in the coffin till Tuesday. It will then be taken to Buckingham Palace in London at Westminster Hall from Wednesday. Where people can have their last darshan. After this, on Monday 19 September, Queen Elizabeth II will be cremated with state honors at 11:00 am at Westminster Abbey in London.
Significantly, earlier in a historic ceremony at St James’s Palace, King Charles III was officially declared the Emperor of Britain. He was Britain’s Prince before his mother Elizabeth II died, a formal announcement for his coronation was made on Saturday. Along with this, his wife Camilla was elected Queen Consort.
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