King Charles IIIThe new monarch in Britain was seen getting emotional during her mother’s funeral Queen Elizabeth II The longest-reigning British monarch in history – laid to rest at the King George VI Memorial Chapel at Windsor Castle on Monday, 19 September.
The service was attended by his family members and other dignitaries from around the world, as thousands took to the streets to watch the procession and a million others watched the historic event on their television screens.
Several sentimental details have emerged about the way her coffin was embellished and presented before the final goodbye, one of which is related to Garland which was placed upon him.
According to reports, the wreath honors the late queen’s love for her husband of 73 years Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, who died in April 2021 at the age of 99. The funeral began at Westminster Abbey in London and the coffin was seen draped in the Royal Standard. Above this, were placed the Imperial State Crown, the orb, and the scepter, as well as a garland of flowers chosen by Charles.
The wreath is said to have included flowers and leaves taken from the gardens of three royal estates: Buckingham Palace, Clarence House, and Charles’ country home, Highgrove House.
The flower arrangements, which were dropped to the ground inside the King George VI Memorial Chapel with the coffin, include rosemary, used to commemorate, and myrtle, which is believed to symbolize a ‘happy marriage’. according to a glamour The magazine reports, it was harvested from a “plant grown from a sprig of myrtle,” which was originally a part of the Queen’s wedding bouquet in 1947.
Reportedly, Charles — who naturally remembers his “mummy” — also made sure to feature rare English oaks alongside pelargoniums, garden roses, autumn hydrangeas, sedums, dahlias, and scabies.
In the last personal touch, the king left a handwritten note for his mother. While its contents are not known, the two lines read, “In loving and devoted memory, Charles R.” The ‘r’ refers to ‘rex’, which is Latin for ‘king’, which would be the new monarchical initials – ‘cr’, taking Elizabeth Regina ‘ER’,