It is estimated that it will take six hours for the Queen’s coffin to travel from Balmoral to the Scottish capital, Edinburgh. Thousands of well-wishers will gather along the route, with many standing quietly as the coffin passes. As it crosses the bridge over the River Dee, the gentle rush of water can be heard.
Queen’s coffin to travel from Balmoral to Edinburgh
Thousands of people are expected to line the route of the Queen’s coffin on the day of her funeral. The monarch passed away on Thursday at her country estate in Aberdeenshire. The cortege is carrying the coffin on its journey to the Scottish capital. It will pass through Aberdeen, Angus, Tayside, and the suburbs of Edinburgh.
The coffin is expected to arrive in the Scottish capital around 4 p.m./11 a.m. ET, where it will be met by members of the royal family. The royal guard will perform a royal salute in the forecourt before a military bearer party will carry the coffin into the palace’s Throne Room. The ceremony will be attended by members of the royal family, including the Queen.
The cortege is carrying the coffin, which has been draped with the Royal Standard of Scotland. The coffin is surrounded by a wreath of flowers, including sweet peas, the queen’s favourite flower. It will pass by many towns and cities along the way and thousands of people are expected to pay their respects.
Thousands of people have laid tributes outside the royal residences. The Queen’s cortege has also travelled from her home at Balmoral. Her husband Vice-Admiral Sir Tim Laurence is riding in the second car. He will be accompanied by his wife, Princess Anne.
The Queen’s funeral will be held on September 19, with thousands of people expected to pay their respects along the way. A public holiday is planned for the day of the funeral. Biden has said he will attend. It will be followed by a remembrance service in churches across the country.
Following the service, the cortège will head through the countryside of Aberdeenshire. It will pass Crathie Kirk, a tiny granite church. Then it will move eastwards towards the city. After the service, the cortège will head towards Aberdeen.
The coffin will be taken from the Palace of Holyroodhouse to St Giles’ Cathedral on the Royal Mile. It will remain there for a day before the coffin is flown to London. Princess Anne will be accompanying the coffin on the flight. It will then be brought to Westminster Hall by a gun carriage.
Queen’s final resting place will be in Windsor
Many fans are interested to know where Queen Elizabeth II will be buried after her death. As a member of the royal line of succession, she will be buried at St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle. The coffin will be lead-lined. The service is scheduled for September 19th.
The Queen’s coffin will be transported to Windsor. The ceremony will take place in St George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle. This chapel is a royal burial chamber and has hosted many burials, including the coronation of King George VI in 1832. The chapel’s floor tiles show the remains of half a millennium of royal burials. The royal coffin will be lowered into the Royal Vault, where several members of the royal family are buried. The remembrance of Prince Philip will also be honored in the King George VI memorial chapel.
Her late husband Prince Philip, who died at the age of 99 in April 2021, will be buried at the same chapel. Despite his death, Prince Philip requested a final resting place next to his late wife. The couple was married for 73 years, and it is believed that they will be buried together. After the funeral, the remains of both her husband and her mother will be reinterred in the King George VI memorial chapel, which was constructed in 1969. The chapel is also home to the late Queen Mother, who died in 2002 at the age of 99.
After the funeral, the Queen will be taken to Windsor Castle for a final committal service. Her remains will be entombed in the King George VI Memorial Chapel of Windsor Castle. Her late husband will be buried beside her, following centuries of protocol. In public, the Queen’s coffin will be two paces behind her.
A procession will begin from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Abbey on Sept. 19. From there, the monarch will lie in state in Westminster Abbey for a few days before being laid to rest at Windsor Castle. The King and other senior members of the Royal Family will be present at the funeral.
Queen’s coffin will travel south along the A90 to Dundee
Thousands of people are expected to gather on Sunday to pay their respects as the Queen’s coffin begins its journey from her home in Aberdeenshire to Holyroodhouse. However, there will be traffic and parking issues and road closures, so it’s important to plan ahead. You should also allow extra time to make your journey and park your car in a designated area.
The procession will start at 11am in Aberdeen, a port city with a population of almost 200,000. There are expected to be thousands of people lining the road for the procession when it arrives at 11am. It will then continue on to Dundee, and then eventually arrive at Edinburgh at 4pm.
The coffin will travel south along the A90 in Scotland, stopping in Aberdeen and Dundee, with a procession that will include thousands of mourners. The coffin will travel past the Palace of Holyroodhouse, where civic dignitaries and the Scottish Parliament will pay tribute to the late monarch. There will also be a number of other events to commemorate the Queen’s life and legacy.
The coffin will pass through Ballater in Aberdeenshire. It will then pass Crathie Kirk, an ancient granite church with a royal connection. On the way, it will stop in the village of Ballater where the Queen’s family stayed.
As the cortege crosses the A90, well-wishers are invited to line the streets along the route. Local dignitaries, the Lord-Lieutenants and the Lord Provost will lead the tributes. Thousands of people are expected to line the A90 Forfar Road and a safe standing area along the Kingsway.
After the service at St Giles’ Cathedral, the queen’s coffin will travel back to the UK. It will arrive at RAF Northolt in the evening, accompanied by Princess Anne. From there, the coffin will be transported to Buckingham Palace via road, where it will lie in the Bow Room.
As the Queen’s coffin continues its six-hour journey south, thousands of people are expected to pay their respects. Thousands of people have already paid their last respects, and thousands are expected to do so as the Queen’s funeral procession passes through Scotland’s cities.
Queen’s coffin will travel along the A90 to Dundee
The Queen’s coffin is expected to travel along the A90 from Balmoral to the Scottish capital on Monday, with thousands expected to line the route. The funeral is expected to last for at least one day, with the coffin travelling through Dundee, Aberdeen before stopping in Dundee for an overnight stay. The King, who will attend the service, has already paid tribute to the late monarch, and approved the funeral day.
The funeral procession is expected to last around six hours and the Queen’s coffin will be covered by the Royal Standard of Scotland. Police Scotland warned that it will cause disruption and have urged the public to pay their respects safely. The cortège, which will be led by the Earl of Dalhousie and minister of Crathie Church, will depart from Balmoral Castle around 10am and arrive at Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh. The Queen’s body will then be received by a Guard of Honour.
The procession is expected to be one of the most moving events of the royal year. The Queen’s coffin will be accompanied by members of the royal family. The procession will be over 100 miles long and will pass through beautiful scenery as it travels through the Scottish Highlands. From there, the Queen’s coffin will be taken to Buckingham Palace by royal aircraft.
The cortege is expected to travel through picturesque countryside, with many people flocking to see the coffin. The Queen’s favourite retreat, Balmoral, is about eight miles from the town of Ballater. The town will host the royal cortege on Sunday, and hundreds of people are expected to pay their respects.
Following the cortege, the public can pay their respects at standing areas on the A90, including the Kingsway, Forfar Road, and Kingsway. There will also be a rolling road closure along the route and limited additional parking, so drivers are encouraged to plan ahead.
The Queen’s coffin is draped in the Royal Standard of Scotland and a wreath of flowers. The hearse will travel through Ballater, Aberdeen and Dundee and is expected to arrive in Edinburgh at about 2pm.