Queen Solemn memorial service for Elizabeth at St. Paul’s Cathedral


England queen II. ElizabethPaul’s Cathedral in London, after the death of 96 years old commemorate cerenomy Edited. Prime Minister Liz Truss read a text from the Bible at the commemoration ceremony, which was attended by a total of 2,000 people, as well as senior politicians. Deputy Prime Minister Therese Coffey, Speaker of the House of Commons Penny Mordaunt and Wales Minister Robert Buckland were among the top politicians attending the ceremony. Before the mass, a long queue formed in front of the Cathedral.


The national anthem “God Bless the Queen” was changed for the first time during the ceremony, which lasted approximately 1 hour, and was played publicly as “God Bless the King”.

On the other hand, Dame Sarah Mullally, Bishop of London, who said the Queen had an “extraordinary Christian faith”, referred to the longevity of the Queen’s reign as a monarch who was “notable in the lives of millions”.



While members of the Royal Family were not present at the ceremony held at St. Paul’s Cathedral, a section of King Charles III’s address to the nation just before the ceremony was played. In his speech, praising the Queen’s achievements and compassion, King Charles III said: “As the Queen has done with unwavering devotion, I solemnly pledge to uphold the constitutional principles at the heart of our nation for the remainder God has given me. Where does she live in the UK? “No matter who you are or whatever your background or beliefs may be anywhere in the world, I will try to serve you with loyalty, respect and love throughout my life.”


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