Queen Plane carrying Elizabeth’s body reaches London


Queen of England, who died last Thursday at Balmoral Castle in Scotland. Elizabeth’s body to be taken to Buckingham Palace Londonreached . The Queen’s daughter, Princess Anne, and her husband, Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence, accompanied the funeral, which was carried by Royal Air Force aircraft. The aircraft, which landed on the Royal Air Force’s runway in Northolt, was met by Royal soldiers on the runway. by royal soldiers funeral Queen II placed in her vehicle. Elizabeth’s coffin then made its way to Buckingham Palace.


Princess Anne, the Queen’s daughter, who accompanied the Queen’s funeral, issued a statement to commemorate the Queen, saying, “It was a privilege to accompany my beloved mother on her last journeys. It was both an honor and a boost to witness the love and respect shown by so many on these journeys. “I thank everyone. We will not forget his presence and his contribution to our national identity. I am grateful to my dear brother Charles for taking up his Royal duties.”


People who wanted to greet the Queen’s funeral began to gather in and around Buckingham Palace. More than 600 thousand people were flying from a flight radar site. Londonfollowed her arrival. When the funeral arrives at Buckingham Palace, King Charles III and his wife Queen Camilla, Prince William of Wales and his wife Princess Catherine will welcome the Queen’s coffin at Buckingham Palace.

The funeral of the Queen, who died on Thursday, September 9, was moved from Balmoral to Holyroodhouse Palace in Edinburgh on Sunday. The corpse was moved to St. Giles’ Cathedral yesterday after staying here for 1 night. The funeral was opened to the public by holding a thanksgiving service to the Queen in St. Giles Cathedral.


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