The Royal Family has opened an online form for condolences

People can leave condolences for Queen Elizabeth II online in the official Book of Condolences that Buckingham Palace has launched. On the website, which has been changed to black and white to signify the beginning of the seven day period of national mourning.

King Charles and other members of the royal family will receive a hand selected number of messages from palace staff. Some may also be kept in the Royal Archives for storage as historical artefacts. No physical condolence books will be available at the Palace or any of the late Queen’s other properties.

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However, a few actual volumes have been made available at public government buildings around the world, including the British Embassy in Washington, DC, and the High Commissioner’s Residence in New Delhi.

Numerous organisations have now done the same, including local governments all around the UK, The Inns of Court, and The Church of England, which has also made an online form available on its website.

Royal family members, employees, and military personnel will also be in charge of several rituals throughout the official time of mourning, which runs from Friday until seven days following the Queen’s funeral.

At 1pm at London’s Hyde Park and the Tower of London, the King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery and the Honourable Artillery Company will each fire a 96-round royal cannon salute, marking each year of the Queen’s reign.

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