The members of the British royal family have survived what is probably the most difficult course - before the eyes of numerous Royal fans, King Charles III., Prince William and Co. have the coffin the late Queen Elizabeth II (1926 – 2022) from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Hall. After the procession, the laying out of the body and the funeral service, the blue-blooded people got into limousines and drove away separately. Royal expert Michael Begasse revealed in the video above whether there is still a joint evening program for them and whether Prince William and Prince Harry might even reconcile.
After the Queen's coffin was already on public display at St. Giles' Cathedral in Edinburgh, Royal fans in London now have the chance to say goodbye to Her Majesty. Westminster Hall will remain open for five days before the coffin is prepared for the funeral next Monday (September 19, 2022).
A number of fans are said to have arrived in the English capital in the past few hours. It is estimated that more than a million mourners want to say their goodbyes in person. Waiting times of up to 40 hours and more are therefore expected. The queue of people in front of Westminster Hall is said to be 16 kilometers long. A rush that keeps all of London in suspense.
On Monday when the Queen is to be laid to rest , high-ranking politicians and aristocrats from all over the world are then expected in addition to the fans. If London doesn't sink into logistical chaos, at least decorative elements from other countries, such as flowers from Turkey, were ordered for the funeral. (cch)