Timeline: This is what it looks like ten days after Queen Elizabeth’s death

Timeline: This is what it looks like ten days after Queen Elizabeth’s death

Buckingham Palace has declared seven days of mourning after Queen Elizabeth’s funeral. This ceremony will likely take place ten days after his death. NU.nl lists daily what we can expect until then.

Friday 9 September: Speech by King Charles
King Charles III will give a television speech on Friday at 7 p.m. Dutch time. Also on today’s program are the new British Prime Minister Liz Truss and her cabinet and an audience. After his first meeting, he meets the Marshal, who is responsible for planning the funeral.

Saturday 10 September: Members’ Council meeting
On Saturday morning, the Accession Council met to formally appoint Charles as king.

On Saturday, the coffin containing Elizabeth’s body will also be transferred to Holyroodhouse Palace in Edinburgh, Scotland. The Royal Family then travels to Northern Ireland where members attend a service. Elizabeth’s coffin remained in Edinburgh. The coffin is then expected to travel to London by Royal Train.

Sunday, September 11: From Elizabeth’s Coffin to Buckingham Palace
Upon arrival in London, the coffin is transported to Buckingham Palace. A ceremony is held here.

Until the funeral Monday September 12: the public can say goodbye and the king tours the UK
The coffin is then transported to Westminster Hall. This hall is open to the public for five days (23 hours a day) to say goodbye.

Charles begins his journey in the UK as the new king this week. Today he travels to Wales, among other places, to attend a mass there. Meanwhile, Commonwealth delegates leave for London.

Monday, September 19: Funeral
Elizabeth’s funeral will take place at Westminster Abbey on Monday. Two minutes of silence was held across the country. After the service, which will last approximately an hour, a ceremonial tour will be held in Hyde Park. Then the coffin was St. After a short service at St. George’s Chapel, he is taken to Windsor Castle. The coffin is eventually placed in the royal tomb.

Tuesday September 20 – Monday September 26: Seven days of mourning
Seven days of national mourning were declared following Elizabeth’s funeral. We don’t know yet how this week will go.

Source: NU