On Monday, Queen Elizabeth’s coffin arrived at its final resting place at Windsor Castle. This marked the end of a long journey that began at Balmoral Castle in Scotland, where the Queen passed away on April 9th, 2022. From there, the coffin was transported to Edinburgh, where it was met with a guard of honor from the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards. After a short ceremony, the coffin was moved to Buckingham Palace, where it was greeted by members of the royal family.
The coffin then made its way to Westminster Hall and Westminster Abbey, where it was met with a guard of honor from the Household Cavalry and the Royal Navy. A service was held in the Abbey, attended by members of the royal family, dignitaries, and members of the public. After the service, the coffin was moved to St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle, where it will remain until the Queen’s burial on September 20th, 2022.
The Queen’s burial will be a private ceremony, attended only by members of the royal family and close friends. The coffin will be placed in the Royal Vault, which is located beneath St. George’s Chapel. The Queen will be laid to rest alongside her husband, Prince Philip, who passed away in 2021.
The Queen’s burial will be a fitting end to her long and distinguished life. Her legacy will live on in the hearts and minds of the British people, and she will be remembered as a beloved monarch who served her country with grace and dignity.