A week of mourning for the queen: this is coming in the next seven days

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A week of mourning for the Queen
This has to be done in the next seven days

“Operation London Bridge” – under this heading there has been a plan for years how to proceed after the death of the Queen. What used to be only on paper is now becoming concrete. The sequence of events leading up to Monday’s state funeral is taking shape.

“Operation London Bridge” – under this heading there has been a plan for years how to proceed after the death of the Queen. What used to be only on paper is now becoming concrete. The sequence of events leading up to Monday’s state funeral is taking shape.

Monday September 12

After a visit to the British Parliament, King Charles III. and his wife Camilla to Edinburgh for a traditional key handover in Holyrood. The ceremony traditionally marks the start of Holyrood Week. The Queen last attended this ceremony in June, where the key is symbolically received and returned to the city.

The Queen’s coffin will be taken in procession to St Giles Cathedral in Edinburgh this afternoon. A service with members of the royal family is scheduled for 4 p.m. German time. After the King’s visit to the Scottish Parliament, the Royal Family holds an evening vigil for Elizabeth II. The public can say goodbye to the queen until Tuesday at the coffin.

Charles III and Camilla are joined by Prime Minister Liz Truss on their tour of Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales.

tuesday 13 september

The Queen’s casket will be flown from Edinburgh to London at 7 p.m. German time, accompanied by Princess Anne. In the British capital, he is taken to Buckingham Palace, where he is laid up overnight in the Bow Room.

The King and his wife fly to Belfast where they meet leaders of all parties and representatives of all religious groups.

Wednesday 14 September

In the afternoon the coffin is carried in a procession from the palace to the parliament. In Westminster Hall, it lies on display for four days on a purple cloth covered catafalque. The king, his wife and other members of the royal family also attend Westminster Hall.

The famous Big Ben bell is rung in honor of the Queen. Cannon shots are also fired from Hyde Park. The public can bid farewell to the late Regent at Westminster Hall 23 hours a day until September 19.

Friday September 16

Charles III and Camilla visit Wales and complete their journey to all four parts of the UK.

Monday 19 September

At 11 a.m. local time (12 a.m. German time): State Funeral Service at Westminister Abbey with Heads of State and Government from around the world. The whole country remains silent for two minutes.

After the funeral service, the Queen’s remains will be transferred to Windsor Castle, west of London. A service is held in the Chapel of Saint George, after which the Queen is buried in the family tomb in a family circle. The coffin of her husband Prince Philip, who died last year, will be placed next to the Queen’s to rest in the future.

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