after the state Mayotte At Westminster Abbey in London, where First World leaders, members of European royal families and the public had gathered, a small congregation said a more personal goodbye to him. Queen in St George’s Chapel.
Queen Elizabeth IIShe died on 8 September at the age of 96, she was buried with her late husband Prince Philip in the King George VI Memorial Chapel within St George’s Chapel. Prince Philip’s coffin was removed from its current location and buried with his wife.
Feather committed serviceDavid Conner, Dean of Windsor, who led the ceremony, lauded Elizabeth’s “profound Christian faith”, which “brought so much fruit”.
“Fruit, in a life of continuous service to the nation, the Commonwealth and the wider world,” he said.
The global spread of love and sympathy impressed King Charles III, who on the eve of Mayotteissued a message of thanks to people in the UK and around the world.
“We were beyond the measure of all those who took the trouble to come and pay their respects to my dear mother, the late Queen for lifelong service,” Charles said in a statement ahead of the funeral.