Prince Harry Back in London: Does he stay until the Queen's funeral?
Prince Harry (37) returned to London on Friday morning after he had traveled to Balmoral yesterday. There he said goodbye from his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II (1926-2022). The British monarch died at the age of 96 on her Scottish estate. The Duke of Sussex is now to go back to Windsor, where he will meet his wife, Duchess Meghan (41), in the Frogmore Cottage.
© Avalon/Abaca Funeral of Elisabeth II: Prince George and Princess Charlotte will be present
on September 8, Elisabeth II rendered her last breath at the age of 96. Since then, the British have been in mourning. Around the world, tributes have followed one another. For several days, many people were able to go see his coffin in Westminster Hall in particular to meditate. This Monday, September 19, The funeral of Elisabeth II will take place, the opportunity to say goodbye a very last time. The funeral will start at 11 a.m. (noon in France, editor's note) at Westminster Abbey and then the coffin will then be fired on the cannon look at Wellington Arch at Hyde Park Corner, near Buckingham Palace. He will be followed by the royal family. Finally, Elisabeth II will be buried in the Saint-Georges chapel at the castle of Windsor. If his children and grandchildren are there for the occasion, it was confirmed that two of Kate Middleton and Prince William's children will also be present during the funeral.
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Prince George and the Princess Charlotte will make their first public appearance since the death of the queen. Indeed, the older children of Kate Middleton and Prince William will walk behind the coffin of their great-grandmother during the procession at Westminster Abbey. They will follow their parents as well as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. However, George and Charlotte will not attend the burial ceremony later scheduled for the day. For his part, Prince Louis, who is only four years old, will not join the rest of the family for this special day, because of their young age.
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