It’s an ongoing show of subjects and fans entering and leaving London’s Westminster Hall by the thousands for their latest tribute to Queen Elizabeth II.He passed away on September 8 at the age of 96. After yesterday’s royal procession and the opening of the funeral home to the public – scheduled for 4 days until the King’s funeral and burial on Monday 19 – the line settled this morning, under a gray sky, about 5 kilometers long. The banks of the Thames: fed by people of all ages.
Honoring men, women, and families in front of the coffin continues unabated between arches, prayers and tears. All under the watchful eye of a capillary security apparatus, but all in all discreet. In an atmosphere of contemplation. No major incidents have been reported at this time.
A day off from the official obligations of King Charles III and Prince of Wales William, the new heir to the British throne, after a week of uninterrupted public events following the death of Queen Elizabeth. The events dictated by the need to share mourning with parishes in all four UK countries and to complete the first steps of the succession have kept 74-year-old Carlo in particular under stress – in a personal moment of powerful emotional impact. The King has today moved with his new consort Queen Camilla to the country residence at Highgrove, in English Gloucestershire. – Bowen Retiro for Years – A day of more intimate memories in memory of his mother, according to court sources. While William headed with Kate and their three children (George, Charlotte and Louis) to the green spaces of Sandringham, Norfolk. Instead, two of Charles’ brothers remained on “tour” on behalf of the ruling family: Princess Anne, who had returned to Scotland. – where Elizabeth II died – to receive the condolences of local communities and charities sponsored by the family; And the Prince Edward is expected today with his wife Sophie in Manchester, The second metropolitan area of England, of a similar agenda.
A new mass bath for William and Kate in Sandringham. The new Princes of Wales found several hundred people to welcome, and gathered around the royal estate to lay bouquets of flowers, tickets, and items in memory of the deceased king. A mountain of memories and messages of affection that William and Kate went out to check out, with occasionally smiling phrases, then paused to exchange words and handshakes with some of the attendees huddled behind a barricade. Meanwhile, Buckingham Palace in the capital announced that the solemn state funeral rites on Monday 19 will conclude with two minutes of silence in honor of Elizabeth II.
Today, the President of the Italian Republic, Sergio Mattarella, called King Carlo III. During the conversation, President Mattarella renewed the Italian Republic’s deepest and personal condolences on the death of Queen Elizabeth II. The Head of State recalled the visits of His Majesty the King to Italy and the personal meetings and friendship that had been enjoyed in our country during the years of his rule. The President also wished Charles III the beginning of the kingdom.
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