London — Mourners had been lined up Tuesday in Scotland’s capital to try to, because the late monarch lied in state in Edinburgh’s St. Giles’ Cathedral. Later Tuesday, the queen’s coffin was to be flown to London aboard a Royal Air Power C-17 Globemaster, accompanied by her sister Princess Anne, after which dropped at Buckingham Palace.
Traces had been already forming in central London, in the meantime, with a whole bunch of hundreds anticipated to attend hours for a chance to see the queen’s coffin later this week because it lies in state at Westminster Corridor.
Two girls, Grace and Vanessa, mentioned that they had already taken their place within the line, ready in a single day to pay their respects a full day earlier than the queen’s coffin was even attributable to arrive at Westminster.
“This morning, we went to the precise rehearsal of Her Majesty’s coffin going into Westminster Corridor. It was heartbreaking, the solemnness of the event,” Grace instructed the BBC. “I feel the entire nation goes to be heartbroken and in floods of tears. We had been.”
“That is the way in which we need to pay respect to the queen, who has achieved an excellent service to the nation and the commonwealth and the world,” Vanessa mentioned.
Upon the departure of the queen’s coffin from Scotland on Tuesday afternoon, a Guard of Honor will give the monarch a closing royal salute, and the band of the Royal Regiment of Scotland will play one verse of Britain’s.
After the coffin touches down at a British Air Power base west of London on Tuesday afternoon, it will likely be transported by hearse to Buckingham Palace within the coronary heart of the capital. On Wednesday, the queen’s coffin will likely be moved the quick distance from the palace to Westminster Corridor, the place the late monarch will lie in state till her state funeral on Monday.
King Charles III, alongside his spouse Camilla, the queen consort, had been visiting Belfast, Northern Eire on Tuesday. They are going to meet politicians and spiritual leaders and attend a service at St. Anne’s Cathedral earlier than returning to London later within the day.