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The first people who saw the coffin of Queen Elizabeth were

submerged with emotions.

The Londonian Vanessa Nathakumaran - who started to queue on Monday morning

(12.09.22), was the first to go to Westminster Hall to see the coffin of the monarch on Wednesday (14.09.22) when the members of the public were allowed to pay tribute to him after his death at the age of 96 on September 8.

Vanessa, 45, told the newspaper The Guardian: "It was an emotional

experience. I was fighting against tears by approaching the coffin and I managed to stay worthy."

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"I wanted to do something, so I prayed for the queen, I thanked her and I wished her peace and rest for her great services."

"I come from London and I felt like I was at the head of the crowd because I was the first in the queue. It was a unique and historic moment.

“ I wanted to pay tribute to him And it was worth waiting. "

She was followed in the queue by Anne Daley, 65, from Cardiff and admitted that it was "overwhelming and incredibly disturbing experience".

She added: "It was total silence, we wanted to sing Ave Maria, it was this kind of atmosphere. It was just for a few seconds but the wait was worth it completely."

Meanwhile, Max Hoene, 23, from Germany, praised the deceased queen as being

her "idol".

He said: "It was very moving. She was simply one of the most impressive people in history. It was one of my idols. ”

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"She was such a small person, but bigger than all of us. We will no longer have

like her."

We heard the crowd sing hymns as she was starting to wait to pass the queen's coffin after he arrived at Westminster Hall in a royal procession in a royal procession at 3 p.m.

The queue to see the coffin - made of English oak, lined with lead and

designed for the deceased queen 30 years ago - extends along the banks of the Thames to London Bridge.

We expect nearly a million people to make the tail to have the chance to see the queen at rest.

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