Queen Elizabeth II buried beside late husband and parents at St George’s Chapel


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The world is in immense grief since Queen Elizabeth II passed away on 8th September. She is the highest ruling monarch in the history of Britain after Queen Victoria. On September 19, in a private burial service at Windsor Castle, her Majesty laid to rest. She was buried beside her parents King George VI and Queen Elizabeth the Queen’s mother, and the ashes of her sister, Princess Margaret at St George’s Chapel.

Prince Philip’s coffin brought beside Queen Elizabeth 

The Queen’s coffin will be placed beside her beloved husband, the late Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. He died in April 2021 at 99 years old. His coffin will be moved from the Royal Vault at Windsor Castle to St George’s Chapel to reunite with his wife. It is also the burial place of the late monarch’s parents King George VI and Queen Elizabeth the Queen’s mother. 

Before the funeral service, her Majesty’s children and grandchildren held vigils in honour of her life on Sept. 16 and Sept. 17, respectively.

Moreover, other Royal families all around the world attended the funeral. Including King Harald V of Norway, Grand Duke Henri of Luxembourg, King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands, King Philippe of Belgium, King Felipe VI of Spain, and King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden.

The members of her family include her four children King Charles III, Princess Ann, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward along with their respective partners. Also grandchildren Prince Harry with his wife Megan, and Prince William with his wife Princess Catherine, Princess Beatrice, Princess Eugenie Lady Louise Windsor and James, Viscount Severn. Her great-grandchildren Princess Charlotte and Prince George were also present there.

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The Queen died on 8th Sep

On September 8, a few hours before her death Buckingham Palace stated that doctors were concerned about her health. The whole world paid tribute to the longest reigning monarch in the history of Britain. 

In the year 1952, after the death of her father king George, 25-year-old Princess Elizabeth became Queen Elizabeth II. Since then she made a remarkable impact on the monarchy with her sense of duty and love for the country. 

Needless to say, the people of Britain are going through a tough time. 


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