Queen Elizabeth II Died at the Age of 96 at Balmoral Castle
Queen Elizabeth II died at the age of 96 at Balmoral Castle
Queen Elizabeth II died at the age of 96 at Balmoral Castle surrounded by her children and grandchildren. The queen’s children, including the heir apparent, Charles of Wales, and her grandsons William, Duke of Cambridge, and Harry, Duke of Sussex, are at the Scottish castle. “The king and queen consort will remain at Balmoral tonight and will return to London tomorrow,” says a message on the British Royal House’s Twitter account.
At 1:00 pm, English time, both Charles of England and his wife as well as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, William and Kate, and the rest of the royal family have gone to Balmoral due to Elizabeth II’s worsening health. “Following a further assessment this morning, the Queen’s doctors are concerned for Her Majesty’s health and have recommended that she remain under medical supervision,” the institution said in a statement.
Liz Truss, the country’s newly appointed Prime Minister, expressed her concern at the news coming from Buckingham Palace and had her “thoughts to Her Majesty The Queen and her family at this time” upon receiving the news.
When the announcement exactly came?
The announcement came after the 96-year-old Queen stepped down from a virtual Privy Council on Wednesday, and doctors advised her to rest. Her family of hers has been informed and it appears “the Queen remains comfortable and at Balmoral.”
The British have a perfectly timed plan after the death of their monarch. It is about the ‘ Operation Bridge of London ‘; Although since the death of Elizabeth II occurred in Scotland, the ‘ Unicorn Operation ‘ would be activated first.
From the moment of the death of the Queen of England begins a period of ten days between death and funeral. Today’s day, on which the death occurred, is known as D-Day. “We have just been informed of the death of the Majesty of her de ella the Queen of her de ella. Discretion is required », this is how the high officials would have communicated the news to the ministers.
More about funeral preparations:
This will be followed by an immediate suspension of activity in the Scottish Parliament so that the authorities can prepare for a state funeral. The coffin will be transferred from Balmoral to Holyrood Palace in Edinburgh, the Scottish capital. Tomorrow, on D+1 Day, a mass will be held at St. Giles Cathedral, in the same city, and the Accession Council will meet at St. James’s Palace to proclaim King Charles. On D+2 Day, the day after tomorrow, the transfer of the body to London would begin -in theory on the Royal Train-, where nine days after the death, the funeral would most likely be held in Westminster Abbey.
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