Death Queen Elizabeth, today the first stage of the last trip to Edinburgh: King Charles and Camilla will arrive in the afternoon

Death Queen Elizabeth, today the first stage of the last trip to Edinburgh: King Charles and Camilla will arrive in the afternoon

Latest updates on the death of Queen Elizabeth II.

The last journey of the sovereign of the United Kingdom has begun: after leaving Balmoral Castle, the coffin reached Edinburgh passing through the Scottish villages in front of thousands of onlookers who wanted to pay homage to the Queen. Her body is in the palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh. Tomorrow he will be transferred to London, where the state funeral is scheduled for Monday 19 September.

Charles III was also proclaimed king of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, as well as Canada and Australia, after the ceremony was broadcast live on TV for the first time. Today he gave his first speech in front of the British Parliament in Westminster Hall. William officially appointed Prince of Wales.

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Charles and Camilla leaving for Edinburgh: they will reach the Queen’s coffin

King Charles III and Camilla, the queen consort, have left Westminster Hall.

Now they will fly to Edinburghwhere the king will walk in procession behind the queen’s coffin from the Palace of Holyroodhouse to the St Giles Cathedralwhere the funeral parlor will be opened.

Charles III will also meet Scottish Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon before appearing in Parliament.

King Charles III’s speech in Westminster: “Parliament living instrument of our democracy”

“I am deeply grateful for the speech of condolence so touching that it embodies what the Queen has meant to us all.” Thus begins the speech given by Charles III to Westminster where for the first time he met the English Parliament.

After listening to condolences for the death of the Queen Elizabeth, he said: “I cannot help but feel the weight of the history that surrounds us and which reminds us of the vital parliamentary traditions, to which parliamentarians and colleagues are dedicated. Parliament is the living and breathable instrument of our democracy”.

Finally, he added: “Queen Elizabeth II was example that I will follow “.

The president of the House of Commons to Carlo: “Your pain is deeper than ours”

“As deep as our pain is, we know yours is deeper.” The Speaker of the House of Commons, Sir Lindsay Hoyle, said as he welcomed King Charles III and the Queen consort to Parliament to receive the condolences of its members.

King Charles and Camilla on the throne: they receive the condolences of the Parliament for the death of the queen

King Charles III And Camilla, the Queen consort, took their seat on the throne at Westminster Hall in front of the English Parliament.

He was the first to speak Lord McFall by Alcluith, who spoke on behalf of the House of Lords, paying homage to Queen Elizabeth’s “humility and integrity”. We all “feel a sense of loss beyond measure and we will remember her commitment to her, her kindness, her humor, her courage and fortitude, as well as her deep faith, which was the anchor of life. her, “she added.

King Charles arrives in Parliament in London with Camilla

Screen from BBC.

Screen from BBC.

King Charles III and his queen consort have arrived at Westminster Hall where members of the House of Lords and the House of Commons will gather to express their condolences to the new ruler.

The Lord Speaker and the Speaker of the House of Commons will deliver a speech on behalf of their respective Houses.

Queen’s funeral jeopardizes GDP growth

The UK economy, already threatened by the recession, is likely to suffer a major backlash from the UK’s funeral Queen Elizabeth scheduled for Monday 19 September.

This is what some experts say after the latest growth data arrived today, col GDP increased by 0.2% in July, after the 0.6% contraction in June. The situation could be compromised by the ‘bank holiday’, national holiday, called for the funeral of the sovereign who died at the age of 96.

“It has the potential to be more damaging to the economy than the extra day off for the June Jubilee,” said Samuel Tombs, Pantheon Macroeconomics chief UK economist. However, it is hoped that companies will recover after the day off.

Prince Harry greets the Queen: “Thank you Grandma for your advice and your contagious smile”

The prince Harry released a statement in homage to her grandmother’s “unwavering grace and dignity that remained true throughout her life and will also be her greatest legacy.”

“In celebrating the life of my grandmother, Her Majesty the Queen – and in mourning her loss – we all remember how much she has been a guide for so many in her commitment, service and duty – reads a note signed by the second son of King Charles III -. Grandma, even though this final separation brings us great sadness, I will always be grateful to you for all of our encounters – from my earliest childhood memories with you, to meeting you for the first time as my commander-in-chief, to the first moment you meet me. you met my dear wife and hugged your beloved great-grandchildren. “

Finally he concluded: “Thank you for your commitment to service. Thank you for your valuable advice. Thank you for your contagious smile. We too smile knowing that you and grandpa are reunited nowand both together in peace. “

How Queen Elizabeth’s funeral parlor will take place at Westminster Hall

On the website of the English government, indications have been published about the mortuary of Queen Elizabeth II, whose coffin will arrive in London on the afternoon of Tuesday 13 September.

The subjects and the curious will be able to pay homage to the sovereign starting at 17 local time on Wednesday 14 September in Westminster. The funeral home will remain open 24 hours a day until 6:30 am on September 19th, the day on which her funeral will be celebrated.

The homage of tractors to Queen Elizabeth: the photo that went around the world

The image of the homage paid by Scottish peasants to Queen Elizabeth’s coffin on her journey from the castle of Balmoral to Edinburgh happened yesterday.

Farmers have positioned their tractors to form an honor guard for the late Queen Elizabeth II as she crosses theAberdeenshire.

Stone of Scone: because it risks ruining the coronation of Charles III

The coronation of Charles III could be jeopardized by a series of organizational difficulties. First of all, the possibility that Scotland decides not to provide the Stone of Scone to the United Kingdom.

Queen Elizabeth II’s corgi dogs will go home to her son Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson

The famous dogs of Queen Elizabeth have a new home: the one where the Prince Andrew and his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson, near Windsor Castle. This was announced by their spokesperson. It was Andrea himself, according to the British press, the queen’s favorite son but removed from public life last year following allegations of sexual abuse of a minor in the United States, who gave his mother the last few specimens.

King Charles will soon make his first visit to the English Parliament

King Charles III will start the day with a visit to Westminster Hall. This is his first visit to Parliament as a monarch.

Accompanied by Camilla, queen consort, he will listen to the speeches of the Lord Speaker, Lord McFall, and the President of the House of Commons, Sir Lindsay Hoyle, who will offer condolences on behalf of their respective chambers.

Camilla Shand could go from the title of “Queen consort” to the official one of Regina

President Biden will leave Saturday for London for the Queen’s funeral

The White House has announced that US President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill will leave for London on Saturday. Here they will take part in Queen Elizabeth’s funeral, scheduled for Monday.

What’s happening in the UK today: the official Queen Elizabeth tribute program

The queen’s coffin currently stands at Edinburghwhere the public will have the opportunity to pay tribute to her.

According to today’s schedule, at 10 am local time the king Charles III will visit Westminster Hall, where both the House of Commons and the House of Lords will meet to express their condolences.

The king and Camilla, queen consort, will then fly to Edinburgh, where at about 2:25 pm they will accompany the queen’s coffin from the Palace of Holyroodhouse to St Giles Cathedral. Here at 3 pm there will be a function to celebrate the life of the sovereign. From 4 pm the public will be able to pay tribute in the coffin for the next 24 hours, before his departure for London.

Later the king will travel to the Palace of Holyroodhouse, where he will have an audience with the Scottish Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon. He and the queen consort will then participate in the Scottish Parliament. In the evening, King Charles will hold a vigil with other members of the royal family at St Giles’ Cathedral.

No delegation with Biden to Queen Elizabeth’s funeral

For the queen’s funeral Elizabeth II the president of the United States Joe Biden it will not bring together a delegation. According to Cnn quoting a White House official, the invitation from Buckingham Palace it was addressed only to the president and first lady Jill. At other state funerals, such as that of former South African president Nelson Mandela, the incumbent US president was allowed to take a delegation of officials with him.

Death of Queen Elizabeth II, the news today 12 September

The last journey of the Queen Elizabeth, died at the age of 96 on 8 September after 70 years of reign.

The coffin of the sovereign left yesterday from the castle of Balmoral and arrived in the afternoon at Edinburgh after passing through the Scottish villages where a crowd of onlookers paid their respects. Her body was then transferred to the Throne room at the palace of Holyroodhouse for the night vigil.

On Tuesday afternoon she will be flown to London, where it will be exhibited for four days starting on the 14th in Westminster Hall. The state funeral will be held on 19 September at 11.00 in the morning (noon in Italy) at Westminster Abbey.

Charles III he was also proclaimed king of Scotland and Northern Ireland, after the ceremony, which was broadcast live on TV for the first time.


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