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The Prince and Princess of Wales, accompanied by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, welcome those who have come to pay their respects to the Queen outside Windsor Castle.
Queen Elizabeth II will be buried on September 19, the palace announced today.
The ceremony will take place at Westminster Abbey. Four days earlier, the remains of Elizabeth II will be there for worship. Tomorrow, her coffin will leave Balmoral Palace for Edinburgh, with Princess Anne traveling with it.
Meanwhile, abdication ceremonies and veneration of the remains of Britain’s longest-reigning monarch continue.
Huge crowds gathered under blue skies in the late summer sunshine at Windsor Castle this afternoon. Most of them had come to pay their respects to Queen Elizabeth II, but as security set up barriers around the entrance to Cambridge Gate and along the Long Walk, people began to wonder if something was going to happen, the BBC reported. BBC. The crowd suddenly burst into cheers as William, Kate, Harry and Meghan appeared to greet those who had come to pay their respects to the Queen. “And suddenly there was a cheer of joy, children climbed on people’s shoulders and everyone raised their phones to take a picture. It was William, Kate, Harry and Meghan. The crowd shouted and cheered as they came out to look at the flowers , left as a sign of respect, and to talk to the people,” reports a BBC reporter.
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