Queen Elizabeth II: After the burial of Queen Elizabeth II of Britain, a campaign of cleanliness has been started in Britain. According to the US government, a total of about 2.50 lakh people came on the streets to pay their last respects to their Queen. Also on Tuesday the flag in Britain has been turned back up. After the death of the Empress she was half bowed. However, the royal family will remain in mourning for the next one week.
Flags on government buildings returned to full mast and an epic clean-up operation was underway on Tuesday as British public life resumed after the state funeral of Queen Elizabeth II, although the royal family remains in mourning for another week.https://t.co/GKFSIIMrJ3
— AFP News Agency (@AFP) September 20, 2022
every eye was moist
Earlier on Monday night, the Queen was buried in the King George VI Memorial Chapel. The Queen was cremated among only a few family members. Meanwhile, a large number of people had gathered outside the chapel. Every eye was moist. Amidst the British national anthem, the Queen was given a final farewell by King Charles and others in the family. At first the coffin of the queen was gradually lowered into the royal vault. King Charles thanked the people who attended the funeral. Her crown, orb and scepter were removed before the Queen’s coffin was lowered into the royal vault at St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle.
Heads of State from all over the country were involved
From US President Joe Biden to French President Emmanuel Macron, India’s President Draupadi etc. world leaders attended the funeral of the Queen. The Queen’s coffin was moved from Westminster Abbey to the Great West Door. Then put back on the State Gun Carriage ready for procession to Wellington Arch. British Prime Minister Liz Truss John prayed. He read the second verse from the Gospel in his prayer. In which Jesus tells his followers of Christ’s promise of a place in heaven. It was broadcast live across the UK.
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