the UK’s national anthem is played at Westminster Abbey to conclude Queen Elizabeth’s funeral.

The funeral service here ended on Monday with the recitation of “God Save the King,” the reworded national anthem, and world leaders including Indian President Droupadi, French President Emmanuel Macron, and American President Joe Biden joined citizens in observing a two-minute silence in memory of Queen Elizabeth II. The Royal family and other international leaders were present as the coffin of the longest-reigning monarch of the United Kingdom was borne today at Westminster Abbey in London.

At Scotland’s Balmoral Castle, on September 8, Queen Elizabeth II passed away. Since Winston Churchill’s burial in 1965, there hasn’t been a state funeral in the UK. The flowers for the Queen’s wreath were picked from the grounds of Royal homes and include rosemary, English oak, myrtle, and deep burgundy, deep pink, and white floral elements.

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The Royal Family tweeted, “At The King’s request, the wreath contains flowers in shades of gold, pink and deep burgundy, with touches of white, cut from the gardens of Royal Residences. It also includes foliage of Rosemary, English Oak, and Myrtle (cut from a plant grown from Myrtle in The Queen’s wedding bouquet).

On the State Gun Carriage, the Queen’s casket was transported in a procession to Westminster Abbey. “Her Majesty, in relation to her father King George VI, grandfather King George V, great-grandfather King Edward VII, and great-great-grandmother Queen Victoria In a Procession, the State Gun Carriage carried the Queen’s casket to Westminster Abbey “royal family tweeted

For Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral, a large number of visitors, including dignitaries from all over the world and political leaders of many nations, arrived in the UK. When there is a state funeral, the UK government formally declares the next day to be a holiday.

On September 17, President Murmu arrived in London for Queen Elizabeth II’s state burial and expressed condolences on behalf of the Indian government. US Vice President Joe Biden also sent the royal family their sympathies on Sunday.

Biden reflected on Queen Elizabeth’s genuine candour as he lamented her departure and said, “The way she touched when she bent over. The manner in which she asked, “Are you okay? Do you need anything from me? Which do you require? Then, adding that she reminded him of his mother, Biden replied, “Make sure you do what you’re meant to do.”

Additionally, to say farewell to Queen Elizabeth II today, people of all ages have camped out along the funeral routes, in some cases for more than 48 hours.

Notably, Patricia Scotland, the secretary general of the Commonwealth, and Prime Minister Liz Truss will read from the Bible at the burial ceremony, which is presided over by the Dean of Westminster. Archbishop of Canterbury Most Reverend Justin Welby preaches the sermon. Seldom has a promise been kept with such excellence, he remarked.

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The Queen was born at 17 Bruton Street in Mayfair, London, on April 21, 1926. She was the first child born to Queen Elizabeth and The Duke and Duchess of York, who eventually became King George VI.


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