The British, who wanted to see the body of Elizabeth, who was brought to the capital London and opened to visit, formed long queues on the banks of the Thames River.
The funeral process of Queen Elizabeth II, who lost her life, continues.
The funeral of the Queen, who lost her life at Balmoral Castle in the Aberdeenshire region of Scotland, was first moved from Balmoral to Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland, accompanied by a cortege.
From here, the Queen’s body, which was transported by a plane belonging to the Royal Air Force, reached the capital of England, London.
Long queues on the banks of the Thames
The Queen’s body, which was brought to the capital, was put in caulk here and opened to visitors.
The British continue to visit the body of Elizabeth, who was brought from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Hall.
14 hours waiting
According to the news of AA, those who wanted to see the body of Elizabeth II formed a queue for kilometers on the banks of the Thames with waiting times exceeding fourteen hours.
Funeral on September 19
The funeral of Elizabeth II will be held on Monday, September 19 at Westminster Abbey Church in London, England.
After the ceremony here, the Queen’s body was buried in St. Windsor Castle, one of the permanent residences of the British Royal Family. George’s Chapel, where the burial will take place.