Soldier standing guard next to the coffin of Queen Elizabeth II fainted

A soldier who was guarding the body of Queen Elizabeth II, who died at the age of 96, in Westminster Hall, fainted. Those moments were recorded by cameras moment by moment.

The body of Queen Elizabeth, who died on 8 September, was taken from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Hall yesterday. One of the soldiers guarding the Queen’s body here fainted. Authorities acted immediately to help the fainted soldier.

ONE OF THE ROYAL FAMILY FAILS

On the other hand, according to the news in the Daily Mail, Lady Gabriel Windsor, a member of the Royal family, also fainted at the Queen’s body. Gabriel Windsor, 41, is the daughter of Prince Michael of Kent, and the Queen’s cousin.

THE QUEEN’S BODY AT WESTMINSTER HALL

The Queen’s body was transported from Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland, to London, the capital of England, with a military parade yesterday. The Queen’s body will remain in Westminster Hall in the parliament building until her funeral on 19 September.

In addition, thousands of people who wanted to see the Queen’s body filled the streets on the route where the coffin would pass.

*The visuals of the news were served by the Associated Press.

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