LIVE – Death of Elizabeth II: Emmanuel Macron will speak at 10:30 am this Friday

Where is the Queen of England buried?

while the first tribes poured out and that the flags were lowered in the United Kingdom, Buckingham activated the famous “London Bridge operation”, the protocol to be followed for his absence, which had been prepared since the 1960s.

The Queen’s funeral will take place ten days after her death, in the Abbey of Westminsterwhere her wedding to Prince Philip took place in 1947 and her coronation in 1953.

Still according to the protocol relayed by Politics, a minute of silence will be observed at noon for two minutes across the country. A procession will take place in London as well as in Windsor, then the Queen is expected to be buried in windsor castleand more specifically the King George VI Memorial, a vault where his parents and his sister Margaret rest according to the site Stories of the King.

Charles, a cursed name for British sovereigns?

As the son of the late Elisabeth II officially succeeded her this Thursday under the name of Charles III, many questions arose about the choice of this surname, if he could choose from another of his four first names.

Historically, Charles had a difficult reign across the Channel. Charles I experienced a reign marked by a showdown in Parliament and a civil war that led to a revolution: the king was assassinated and the monarchy was abolished in 1649.

Despite the abolition of the monarchy in England after the assassination of Charles I, his son, who fled the country, was proclaimed king of Scotland in January 1651. After the restoration he had to face two deep crises, the Black Death in 1665 and the Great Fire of London a year later.

British monarchy sites are back online

The sites of the British monarchy and the Prince of Wales, which were temporarily unavailable earlier in the day, were brought back online, in black and white, to pay tribute to Elizabeth II, who died on Thursday.

On these platforms, a link to a virtual book of condolences has been added for those who wish to pay their last respects to the sovereign.

Chinese President Xi Jinping offered ‘sincere condolences’ to the UK

The awards are on the rise. This Friday in the early hours of the day, the leader president of the People’s Republic of China, Xi Jinping, who offered his “sincere condolences” to British citizens, according to state media.

“On behalf of the Chinese government and people as well as on his own behalf, Xi Jinping expresses his deepest condolences,” state broadcaster CCTV said. “His death is a great loss for the British people,” said the Chinese head of state.

What will happen in the coming hours?

Operation Unicorn, envisaged in the event of the death of Elizabeth II of Scotland, was set up. In the coming hours, the remains of the latter, which are still in Balmoral Castle, should be transferred to Holyroodhouse, the official residence of the Queen of Scotland.

Then, he had to be taken to St. Giles Cathedral in Edinburgh, where a religious ceremony will take place and where British citizens can pay their last respects.

The body was to be returned to London.

Emmanuel Macron will pay tribute to the queen at 10:30 am.

The day after the death of Queen Elizabeth II, Emmanuel Macron will pay tribute to the late sovereign in a video message to be published at 10:30 am this Friday.

Charles III will speak for the first time this Friday

The first speech of the new sovereign of the United Kingdom, Charles III, is expected this Friday, the day after the death of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II.

If he became king at the very moment his mother died, in accordance with the saying that “the king never dies”, the former Prince of Wales will not be crowned for a few weeks or even a few months, to respect the a time of mourning for the kingdom.

“We love you, Madame”: the death of Elizabeth II in one of the newspapers this Friday

This is a monument that died on Thursday. Queen Elizabeth II, died at the age of 96 on Thursday, after more than a decade of reign. The announcement of his death by the BBC caused a wave of emotion around the world.

And this Friday, British newspapers paid tribute to their monarch. “Death of the Queen”, placed in full page and large print The Times. “His Majesty died at the age of 96. The king took the name of Charles III. The world mourns a beloved sovereign”, we also read.

What will happen in the coming hours and days in the UK?

This Friday should be especially dedicated to the arrival of Prince Charles to the title of king. At 10 am (local time), he should be proclaimed king during a council organized at Saint James’s Palace, however, his coronation will only take place in the following months.

Parliament will meet to agree on a message of condolence and all their meetings will be suspended for 10 days. Charles’ first audience as king with Prime Minister Liz Truss and her Cabinet is at 3.30pm local time.

>> We explain what will happen in the next few days in this article

The world is united in its tributes to Queen Elizabeth II

Speaking of “their thoughts” to the royal family and its people, the heads of state or government said they were personally affected by the death of the sovereign who, in his 70-year reign, met almost all major leaders on the planet. .

Minutes of silence at the UN, the Eiffel Tower deprived of its lights, flags at half-mast in the White House but also in the Sultanate of Oman, days of mourning in Brazil, Jordan or Cuba… marks of respect are multiplied in the four corners of the world.

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