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Palace confirms Queen Elizabeth II's funeral will take place on September 19 |  Globalism

Palace confirms Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral will take place on September 19 | Globalism

The funeral of Queen Elizabeth II September 19.

The information has been confirmed by Buckingham Palace and the royal family’s official website.

Her Majesty’s funeral will be held in Westminster Abbey on Monday 19 September at 11:00 am [no horário de Londres, 7h no horário de Brasília]. Prior to the state funeral, the Queen will rest in Westminster Hall for four days to allow the public to pay their respects,” the statement read.

See Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral schedule for Sunday (11)

Here’s what the protocol will look like in the coming days:

  • September 11 – Sunday – The coffin with the body of the queen She will be transferred from Balmoral Castle where she died to the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburghthe capital of Scotland.
  • September 12 – Monday – The coffin should remain with the queen’s body At Holyroodhouse until noon next Monday. After that, he will head to the Cathedral of St. Giles, also in Edinburgh. King Charles and other members of the royal family will take part in a procession and attend a ceremony in the cathedral.
  • September 13 – Tuesday – Coffin with the body of Elizabeth II Fly to RAF Northolt Airport in London, England. The Queen’s coffin is then transported to Buckingham Palace by road.
  • September 14 – Wednesday – In the afternoon, the coffin will be carried in a carriage from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Palace, where the Queen’s body will remain until the morning of the funeral. during this period, The public will also have the opportunity to visit Westminster Hall to pay their respects to the Queen.
  • September 19 – Monday – Finally, the coffin will be carried in procession from Westminster Palace to Westminster Abbey, Where the state funeral will be held.
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Official funeral announcement. Photo: Disclosure.

According to the statement, the Queen’s coffin, which is currently located in Balmoral Castle in Scotland, will go to Edinburgh tomorrow, the eleventh, by road, to the Palace of Holyrood House, where it will remain in the throne room until noon next Monday. September 12th exhibition.

On the afternoon of Monday, September 12, a procession will be formed in the courtyard of Holyrood House to transport the coffin to St Giles Cathedral in Edinburgh. The King and members of the royal family will participate in the procession and attend the Mass at St Giles Cathedral to receive the coffin.

Prior to this date, the public will also have the opportunity to visit Westminster Hall to pay their last respects to the King.