Queen’s Funeral: Prince Philip coffin will be reburied by Her Majesty’s side

The Queen and her beloved husband will lie side by side on the grounds of Windsor Castle. A plan was put in place for the pair to eventually be placed side by side for eternity.

When Philip passed away at the age of 99, his body was first laid to rest in St. George’s Chapel on the grounds of Windsor Castle, where family and invited guests may pay their respects. He requested a low-key funeral, and he refused any suggestions made while he was still living that it should have the characteristics of a state funeral.

Following the service, his remains were transferred to the chapel’s Royal Vault where they remained until the Queen’s passing. The plans will be made for his last leg of the voyage now that the day has arrived.

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For the Queen’s Funeral, It is believed that Philip and the Queen will be transferred to the King George VI Memorial Chapel within St. George’s where they will lie side by side forever. They will join The Queen’s siblings Margaret, who passed away in 2002, and her parents, George VI and Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother.

After spending the night at Balmoral with the rest of the royal family, King Charles and the Queen Consort, Camilla, will fly back to London on Friday. Prior to meeting with Earl Marshal, the Duke of Norfolk, who is in charge of making funeral arrangements, he is anticipated to have a meeting with Prime Minister Liz Truss.

The length of the national mourning period, which is anticipated to be between 12 and 13 days from now until the day of the Queen’s funeral, will be announced by the government. They will also declare the day of the funeral to be a Day of National Mourning, which will be a public holiday.

On September 19, Westminster Abbey is slated to host the state burial for the Queen. A national two-minute silence will be observed, and the service will be broadcast on television. Following the service, the Queen’s casket will be transported to Windsor Castle’s St. George’s Chapel for a televised committal service.

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