Anne, Princess Royal, the only daughter of Britain’s longest-serving monarch Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, wrote a heartfelt letter to her mother as she and her coffin returned to the Palace. Buckingham.
Grieving the loss of her mother, the Queen’s second child, the Princess Royal writes that she is fortunate to have shared the last 24 hours of her dearest mother’s life, as the Queen’s coffin moves from Balmoral to London to perform the final rites.
“It has been an honor and privilege to be with her on her final journeys. Witnessing the love and respect of so many people along these journeys is both humbling and rewarding. uplifting,” she wrote.
“We will all share unique memories. I extend my thanks to everyone and those who share our sense of loss,” she added.
The Duchess thanked her countrymen for extending support to her brother, Charles III, who ascended the throne after Queen Elizabeth II’s death.
“We may have been reminded of her presence and contribution to our national identity that we take for granted. I am also grateful for the support and understanding given to her people. my dear brother Charles as he accepts the additional responsibilities of The Monarch,” Princess Royal wrote.
Born on 15 August 1950, Anne, Princess Royal of England is 16th in the line of succession to the British throne following the death of her mother on 8 September 2022. The eldest daughter of Queen Elizabeth II was named a Queen Elizabeth II. ‘Princess Royal. ‘ in 1987.
Meanwhile, Queen Elizabeth’s coffin on Tuesday II arrived at Buckingham Palace from Edinburgh and will spend the night in the palace’s Palace Room.
“Your Majesty The Queen’s Coffin has arrived at Buckingham Palace, where it will be spent the night in the Palace Chamber. Tomorrow the coffin will be taken into Procession in a Carriage carrying the King’s Royal Horse Artillery. Palace of Westminster,” the Royal Family wrote on Twitter.
Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II takes her last breath in Balmoral Castle in Scotland on September 8. Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin begins a six-hour journey from her home in the Scottish Highlands to Edinburgh on Monday. .
It went to the Palace of Holyroodhouse and was laid to rest in a Church in Edinburgh to pay their last respects to the queen.
On Monday afternoon, a Procession was formed in the foyer of the Palace of Holyroodhouse to deliver the Coffin to St Giles Church, Edinburgh.
It was supported by the Bearer Party from the Royal Scottish Regiment and escorted by the King’s Guard for Scotland and the Queen’s children at Holyroodhouse Palace.
The Queen’s children on Tuesday held a Vigil next to her coffin in St Giles’ Cathedral.
“The people of Scotland offer their final goodbyes to the Queen as her coffin moves from Edinburgh to Buckingham Palace,” the Royal Family said.
On Wednesday afternoon, the Coffin will be carried out during the Royal Army Horse Artillery Carriage Procession from Buckingham Palace to the Palace of Westminster, where the Queen will reside at Westminster Hall until morning National mourning.
The procession will pass through Queen’s Gardens, The Mall, Horse Guards and Horse Guards Arch, Whitehall, Parliament Street, Parliament Square and the New Palace Courtyard. After the coffin arrives at Westminster Hall, the Archbishop of Canterbury will conduct a brief ceremony with the support of Bishop David Hoyle, Dean of Westminster, and attended by the King and members of the Royal Family. , then the King. will start.
During Lying-in-State, members of the public will have the opportunity to visit Westminster Hall to pay their respects to the Queen. On the morning of Monday 19 September, the Funeral will end and the Coffin will be carried from the Palace of Westminster to Westminster Abbey, where the State Funeral will take place at 11:00 am BST.
After the state funeral, the coffin will be moved from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch. From Wellington Arch, the coffin will travel to Windsor, and upon arrival, the State Funeral will proceed to St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle via the Long Walk. A Pledge Service will then take place at St George’s Chapel.
The 96-year-old Queen’s death ended a seven-decade reign spanning generations, making her a beacon of stability in a volatile world. The UK has entered a period of official mourning, with gratitude pouring in from around the world.
King Charles-III was announced as Britain’s new monarch on Saturday after the death of his mother Queen Elizabeth II. Furthermore, the British national anthem will now revert back to “God Save the King” as the Queen is now gone.
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