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King Charles follows Queen's coffin to Westminster Hall

Sep 15, 2022

King Charles follows Queen's coffin to Westminster Hall

foreigner tan tan um tan tan the escort on each side of the gun carriage made up of grenadier guards from the 1st battalion you will notice their arms are reversed the swords are turned backwards the rifles turn back with their left arm to keep the muscle down all as an act of respect for the late

queen

the sergeant major of the garrison sir stokes who has been grooming these soldiers leads the

king

and his brothers and other members of the royal family and then the back row of that family the earl of snowden and the duke of gloucester the scarlet robes of dismounted lifeguards from the regiment of household cavalry who lead this parade as the top regiment of the british army and look on from the end where buc

king

ham palace stands next to the great statue of

queen

victoria A departed sovereign watches as our last deceased

queen

heads toward

Westminster

, the heart of the nation's constitution.
king charles follows queen s coffin to westminster hall
ón, one might assume that the late

queen

would be more interested in the horses that would participate after a lifetime. Always loving anything equestrian, she noted that the

king

's troop carrying her now with their horses and gun carriage would keep the name her father had given to the

king

's troop royal horse artillery, they kept that title throughout his reign and now we have a new

king

, so in the center of the imperial state crown are four pearl earrings hanging from the arches where they intersect, supposed to come from Scotland and to be Mary

Queen

of Scots, He wore them once and the blue sapphire on the cross at the top supposedly taken from

King

Edward the Confessor's ring finger when his

coffin

was moved from one part of

Westminster

Abbey to the other by

King

Henry III in the 1200's.
king charles follows queen s coffin to westminster hall
Watching with eminent pride as his daughter walks past

Queen

Elizabeth the

Queen

Mother as we remember her and

King

George the Sixth The procession will shortly turn right past the horse guards up the driveway of the he guards on horseback for the

king

to take sovereign responsibility upon the death of his mother must add a great burden to these early days of royalty for the union flags that adorn the length of the mall to make way in guards on horseback to the flags of the commonwealth countries, including the other

king

doms of which the

queen

was sovereign and sovereign head and of the community itself, which was the heart of so much that she dedicated her reign to supporting, so she was on this corner in 1981 that the

queen

was riding to her birthday parade with the color and shots were fired at her by someone with a starting gun, no one necessarily knew it was just a starting gun and is a reminder of the courage sometimes required in public life to always be at the center of public events, but the

queen

won it back very quickly. horse and with immense composure he took the whole parade as colonel-in-chief of the regiment trooping his color the

queen

consort princess of wales the countess of wessex and fawfa a and the duchess of sussex leave the palace and will pass through the birdcage walk and enter in parliament square and a light in the palace courtyard outside

westminster

hall

awaiting the arrival of the procession that will bring the

queen

of the lake

queen

elizabeth ii was born on april 21, 1926 and april being a bad month for the weather normally in the uk she also used to have an official birthday in the first few weeks of june and always that was marked with the

queen

's birthday parade here at horse guards and as she goes by our memories can go back to the countless times a riding at the side of her father, the

king

, or as sovereign or in a carriage, in later years she received that salute from her domestic division, so passing under guards on horseback marks the arc from the exit of the royal grounds and this was always the main entrance of the palaces and those palaces bit the

queen

well in this her last public engagement the blue sashes that the members of the world family wear the noblest order er of the league in this case given to each of them by the

queen

as sovereign head of the order procession turning left into white

hall

and towards parliament square they will shortly pass the entrance to 10 downing street and for the

queen

's constitutional life she appointed to 14 prime ministers inheriting one in sir winston churchill his fifteenth when she came as sovereign the

queen

unveiled this memorial to women in war with hanging clothes worn by women helping the war effort or fighting against themselves from 1939 to 1945 of course in 1945 the

queen

herself as princess elizabeth joined the army in the auxiliary territorial force and in that service contributed her small part towards the d defeat of tyranny in nazi germany and at the rear of this procession the blues and royals dismounted who are also part of the domestic cavalry bringing the rear of this procession last november the

queen

was unable to participate in the annual act of remembrance at the cenotaph but she had attended almost all the annual commemorative events and had stood in front of the center with her father; his own memories of the war merged with those of the new generations, as many of his armed forces served in operations during his reign at the top of the cenotaph has an empty tomb for the thoughts and memories of all those families that were affected for the war thus the dead of the wars silently acknowledging the sovereign whose father and grandfather guided them in the first and second world war and so many of those who died during the reign of the

queen

in the army, navy and air force Around the gun carriage, the military aquarium that served the

queen

of the royal navy, army and air force ta

king

their place as pallbearers of the sovereign they served as Grenadier Guards from the 1st Battalion march on either side of they guarding the elizabeth ii band of scots guards who have carried out this task today with their director of music and major general commanding the ision household division major general chris geeker whose troops, including these, the

king

's troop, the royal horse artillery, are playing their part in saluting this former sovereign, the

queen

's personal staff, marching in line there, the steward of the palace, two of his pages, would have been close to the

queen

. day by day throughout her life the

queen

passes the statue of sir winston churchill as she now enters parliament square with a royal salute from the honor guards the procession will become that great palace courtyard and we can see the huge

westminster

hall

waiting to greet the late sovereign and we will witness as she is taken from the gun carriage and carried into the heart of that room oh
king charles follows queen s coffin to westminster hall
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