This Thursday, September 15, a royal guard was formed around the coffin of Elizabeth II, which is on display in Westminster Hall until Monday morning. The man, who was sick, lost weight after standing for a long time. The video is doing the rounds on social media.
A dangerous job. While Elizabeth II’s casket is currently on display in London, particularly in Westminster Hall, the oldest chamber of Parliament, a royal guard was suffering from a serious illness during his shift. In the long run, the man was filmed reeling before falling heavily to the ground on the night of Wednesday until this Thursday, September 15. After collapsing, the royal guard was quickly taken care of by the police who were in the area, according to information from the editor of Royal Central. Live broadcast, the wake of the former queen was interrupted for a few minutes. But the video is still doing the rounds on social media.
Elizabeth II’s body has been returned to England where her coffin will be unveiled until Monday morning. The general public has the opportunity to park there to meditate 24 hours a day. Before that, the Queen’s coffin spent a long time in Scotland, the country where she died. A procession also took place from Buckingham Palace, the official residence of Elizabeth II for her entire 70-year reign. Westminster Hall, where he has been resting since Wednesday, is open to the public without interruption. The national funeral will not begin until this Monday, September 19, at 6:30 am.
Statements are sometimes delayed
In the middle of this impressive hall of the British Parliament, the coffin of the Queen, covered with the royal standard, is exposed in a huge catafalque. Above disclosed the Imperial Crown presented to Elizabeth II at her official coronation in 1953. Around the casket, many guards were present, including the famous imperial guards, dressed in red and equipped with their tall black bear hair hats, known throughout the world.
While the Royal Central site shows that the latter is in service for 20 minutes before there is a 40-minute break, the succession seems irregular, which caused this guard, who was forced to stay for a long time, to feel bad. It must be said that since this Wednesday, tens of thousands of Britons and tourists from all over the world have gathered in large numbers to say goodbye to Elizabeth II. A river several kilometers deep within the capital city of London.
The funeral is expected on Monday
Thus the British can contemplate the remains of the Monarch day and night until Monday, September 19, when the funeral of Elizabeth II is organized. Three hundred dignitaries from all over the world were invited. Russia, Belarus and Burma, on the other hand, were not invited. The British may take advantage of a public holiday to say a final goodbye to their Queen. At 10:44 in the morning, his coffin will leave the Palace of Westminster to the Abbey where the funeral service will be held. After this ceremony, the body of the mother of Charles III will leave in procession to Wellington’s Arch and then to Windsor. Also, a procession will take place in the chapel of Saint-George. This event, which promises to be grand, will be followed by the media around the world. And cannot be forgotten under any circumstances.