Amidst preparations for Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral On Monday, a police officer collapsed while on duty and had to be carried on a stretcher, the report states. The officer fainted before the funeral procession began in the streets of central London and was escorted by Royal Navy personnel and their associates. His condition has not been confirmed, but reports claim that it is not critical.
after funeral servicesThe Queen’s coffin was taken from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch in Hyde Park Corner, where it was transferred to a hares to be taken to St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle, where she received a final salute from everyone, including members of the Royal Family. was given.
The Queen will be buried next to her husband, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.
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Thousands paid their last respects to their Queen at her state funeral held at the historic Church of Westminster Abbey in London. Towards the end of the service, approx. 500 leaders of the world including President Draupadi MurmuAnd dignitaries from around 200 countries as well as people from the United Kingdom observed a two-minute silence as a tribute.
Service terminated by a lament ‘Sleep, dear, sleep’ was played by the queen’s piper who woke her up every morning.
After the service, the coffin, draped with the Queen’s flag, is dragged on a gun carriage through the silent streets of London. The procession was one of Britain’s largest military processions. There are thousands of members of the armed forces in ceremonial uniform.