Elizabeth II annoyed: This particularly difficult photo session for Queen
© Agency / Bestimage Elizabeth II annoyed: This particularly difficult photo session for Queen The Queen was photographed by the world famous photographer Annie Leibovitz in her Buckingham residence In 2007. A session hard enough to carry out for the two women, who did not understand each other. The videos of this moment show a fairly annoyed Elizabeth. We knew him in an equal and little talkative mood, as his role imposed on him.
GB - Monarchy/Queen (photo, TV): GB and the world are preparing to send a last farewell to Elizabeth II
by Michael Holden And Kate Holton
London, September 19 (Reuters) - Great Britain, leaders and monarchs around the world will pay a last tribute to Queen Elizabeth II, who died on September 8, in the age of 96, in the age of 96, in the age of 8 Its castle of Balmoral, in Scotland, during sumptuous national funeral.
Tens of thousands of people paraded in front of the sovereign coffin, exhibited at the Westminster Hall, London, since Wednesday, to present their respects.
Shortly before 11:00 am Monday morning (10:00 GMT), the oak coffin, on which the United Kingdom's standard and the imperial ceremonial crown will be deposited, will be transported to the Westminster Abbey on a cannon lookum fired members of the Royal Navy.
Death of Elizabeth II: This privilege as a pledge of love granted to her costume designer Angela Kelly
© Abaca Death of Elizabeth II: This privilege as a pledge of love granted to her costume designer Angela Kelly The Queen Elizabeth He has experienced many mourning in recent years. In addition to her husband Prince Philip, she saw some of her friends disappear, including Lady Grafton, Lady Shakerley and Lady Moyra Campbell. However, she could still count on Angela Kelly, her dressing she wanted to protect beyond death ...
King Charles III, his brothers Andrew and Edward, his sister Anne, his sons William and Harry, as well as other members of the royal family will follow the procession to the abbey.
One of the bells of the Westminster Abbey - where the wreaths, weddings and burials of British monarch have been taking place for almost 1,000 years - will sound 96 times.
Some 500 heads of state, including French president Emmanuel Macron, American president Joe Biden, the emperor of Japan Naruhito or the Chinese vice-president Wang Qishan, will be part of the 2,000 people invited to the funeral.
The great grandchildren of Elizabeth II, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, aged 9 and 7, will also attend the ceremony.
Tens of thousands of people should watch the funeral of Elizabeth II, the first to be broadcast on television.
The ceremony will be concluded with the "last post", the ringing with the dead in use in the armies of the Commonwealth, and two minutes of silence will be observed through the United Kingdom.
The Elizabeth II coffin will then be transported to the Arc de Wellington, from where it will be led to the castle of Windsor, west of London, for a ceremony in the Saint-Georges chapel.
The remains of Elizabeth II and her husband, Prince Philip, who died last year at the age of 99, will be buried in the evening in the chapel of the Memorial of King George VI, during a private ceremony .
(French version Camille Raynaud)
"George, Elizabeth, Elizabeth II, Philip": The tombstone of the queen unveiled .
© Royal Collection Trust/The Dean and Canons of Windsor via Getty Images The four names are engraved in stone, united forever. The royal family unveiled an image showing the plate installed above the family vault of the St George chapel, where Queen Elizabeth II was buried on September 19, in the strictest intimacy after impressive funeral of funeral State in the presence of leaders around the world . The stone block is made of black marble from Golzinne and has been engraved by hand.