Balmoral Hall currently houses the casket of Queen Elizabeth II, and is a private place for the late king.
The basics in brief
- The Queen’s coffin is currently on the Ballroom at Balmoral.
- The dance floor is very important to them.
- The coffin is then transported to Holyrood Palace in Scotland.
Coffin of Queen Elizabeth II (1926-2022) with The standard royal flag is decorated He is currently at the Balmoral Ballroom. There, her summer residence, King passed away last Thursday (September 8) at the age of 96.
The ceremonial location serves to ensure that her old domestic servants can appropriately bid farewell to the Queen. As reported by the British newspaper “Daily Mail”.
He has held a special place in the Queen’s heart since she first danced at the Ghillies Ball when she was twelve years old. That’s what he says. This event was introduced in 1852 and since then has served as a thank you to the royal staff. A symbolic gesture, then, that said workforce is now in place Say goodbye to their queen Could you.
The flags are still in the middle of the mast
The coffin with Queen Elizabeth will be placed there for two days. According to the report, it will then be moved to Holyrood Palace in Edinburgh, the Queen’s official residence in Scotland. It is conceivable that the Queen’s body is still in this week back to london is transferred.
In the various Queen’s residences, flags have also been at the middle of the mast since Thursday – for a long time. As the royal family announced, the new family called King Charles Third. (73) From now until seven days after his burial Mother Official “Royal Mourning Period”. This applies to all members of the royal family as well as employees and representatives of the royal family in official appointments – including the bodyguard.
Sea of flowers in honor of Queen Elizabeth II.
The royal family is said to want to officially confirm the exact date of Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral “in time”. According to media reports, it could be September 19.
The royal residences will not be open to visitors until after the funeral. However, specific areas were established for them where mourners could lay flowers in honor of the Queen.
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