After greater than 500 miles of journey, from the Scottish Highlands to Edinburgh, from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Abbey, the coffin of Queen Elizabeth II will eventually attain its last vacation spot: Windsor.
On the property stands St. George’s Chapel, a most popular locale for royal household celebrations — together with weddings and christenings. It’s additionally the place many royal funerals have been held.
Britain’s longest-ruling monarch might be buried throughout the chapel’s Fifteenth-century gothic partitions on Monday. An in depth itinerary from the palace gives a glimpse of what to anticipate throughout this last farewell.