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In full: Queen's grandchildren hold vigil around the monarch's coffin

Sep 18, 2022

In full: Queen's grandchildren hold vigil around the monarch's coffin

and two officers of the welsh guard four yeoman of the guard and two other officers of the welsh guard behind them the honorable core of the knight's arms are equipped with axes that are turned or inverted pointing to the ground as the imperial state crowns the orb and scepter the symbols with which the

queen

was crowned in 1952 and which she wore every year for the state opening of parliament two members of the royal company of archers the personal bodyguard of the king of scotland about to be relieved at the end of her guard each relief takes his position next to those about to relieve on this watch and only on this occasion do the officers of the watch remain on the lower level this will leave room for the

queen

's eight grandsons to take their position on brief brigadier major james fraser who has given that official instruction of the world company of archers starting indoors and the stage is set for a historic occasion toric when for the first time the grandch the sons of a sovereign will watch this

vigil

the prince of wales will be accompanied by his brother the duke of sussex peter phillips the princess royal's son will be accompanied by his sister zara tindall the daughters of the duke of york the princess beatrice and princess eugenie of york will play their part and the irish countess of wessex and forthers children mrs louise mountbatten windsor and vice earl seven the eldest of them peter phillips is 44 and the youngest viking 7 14 they say there are 30 years between the greatest and the least and at this moment they are preparing and preparing for this public duty and a

vigil

any who has reached the top of those steps and has looked into this extraordinary hall with its dimensions of 73 meters by 20 meters in wide cannot but be struck by both the splendor and the simplicity of the lie in the state the state color of the Grenadier Guards of the

Queen

's Company has been h back to the side so that the members of the lake

queen

's grandson the children can stand at the many points around this so sad scene every face in the passing audience has its story of a journey here conversations in the queue with strangers having their only reason to come and pay their respects to this late

queen

and fed at all times, the less able people, often with the help of first aid nursing, find themselves with people who are no longer so capable as before to sneak in and pay their respects, gather to watch members of the royal family and also the erlang counties of wessex and lose that two children are the youngest of elizabeth ii's eight

grandchildren

flickering candles get caught in the Imperial state crime jewels, including the large blue sapphire known as the stuart sapphire on the back of the center band of this crown and the pearl earrings that dangle from the ce Inside which Mary

Queen

of Scots is said to have worn while we wait for the

Queen

's

grandchildren

to arrive, perhaps we can contemplate what a Undertaking this is for all of them, but understand how much they would have wanted to, but this is a very public place. and pain is a very private thing.
in full queen s grandchildren hold vigil around the monarch s coffin
The feathers of the swans of the honorable core of knights-in-arms. viii the

queen

's

grandchildren

will now enter the scene the late

queen

to be respected by the eight led by the prince of wales followed by his brother the duke of sussex both wearing the uniform of the princesses blues and royals beatrice and usually of york following lady louise windsor and for kind seven and last of all the children of princess royal peter phillips eldest at 44 and zara tindall so this is a family that must always bear their grief in public and on this occasion each one of them is wearing that grief in private in the most public place in the uk as they walk to their grandmother with all the memories they carry this grand hall will envelop them as they wave and turn and bow their heads ah so uh so uh so of the splendor and glory of crime her grandmother carried the power of office the glory around this catafolk she held this great office for more than seven decades but these eight people only knew her as granny so watched by the wessex and fourfour aquarius url matches family members and friends pride parents in this case particularly the youngest of those who watched over his grandmother vikrant 7 at the age of 14 but this crown has been honored by the

grandchildren

who played her role and again this scene is restored to what we have come to know in recent days as the

vigil

of the bodyguards and domestic division officers members of the royal family continues to watch particularly a proud mother and father of the two youngest are now also moving forward as many others who have been waiting to see this moment and spend their time with the

queen

will be back in the process of passing and ma king your regards aleister bruce there bringing us the commentary for the

vigil

of the

grandchildren

and of course this is a family very accustomed to carrying their pain in public and we saw that we did not do it with the eight

grandchildren

who made the trip to westminster hall to do guard at the

queen

's

coffin

carrying out that very private moment of grief still in the public eye, both those in Westminster Hall who can see on our screens now and, of course, many more through their television screens and in other places and they will Of course, feeling that very personal pain we saw in a letter from Princess Beatriz and Eugenia talking about a dear grandmother with memories of picking raspberries and drinking tea and now, of course, the

queen

continues with states de león as members of the public try to break away.
in full queen s grandchildren hold vigil around the monarch s coffin
A personal moment with her after waiting all those hours in the famous queue outside today King Charles and Prince William met waiting members of the public as they entered Westminster Hall today, where, of course, we had been looking at those photos they shook hands with the mourners and then the king thanked those in line for taking the time to wait with some people waiting up to 15 hours to pay their respects early this morning has also been another busy day of engagements for the pneumonic, who was also briefed by police chiefs on security preparations for the

queen

's state funeral, which will be on Monday. he went through a cold night to pay his respects to his mother, but his schedule is definitely exhausting, he toured the four countries of his kingdom and last night he kept

vigil

for his mother before visiting the police and emergency services today to find out about the plans for the

queen

's funeral.
in full queen s grandchildren hold vigil around the monarch s coffin
On his way back to the palace on Monday, the King, accompanied by the Prince of Wales, made an unannounced stop in line as they joined the line. At half past one this morning, could any of these exhausted queuers have imagined that they would have a chance to meet their equally exhausted king? the king spent more than 20 minutes greeting the mourners, few of whom could believe that their long walk to see the late

monarch

would lead them to the new one too i kissed his hand i asked if i could kiss his hand and he said certainly the king later he returned to more formal business greeting the governors general of the 15 kingdoms and then their prime ministers these are the first of many handshakes over the weekend more leaders from around the world will arrive to pay their 5
in full queen s grandchildren hold vigil around the monarch s coffin
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