atmosphere by Buckingham Palace And malls in central London are becoming more and more festive and festive throughout the day, PA reports.
Chatter and laughter can be heard among the crowds lining the road as they wait for the King to reunite. The King will be leaving the palace soon after a day of meetings.
People are cheering for every vehicle or group of people moving along the road.
The crowd erupted in applause and yelled “Woo” as a truck carrying Portaloos passed by on the road in front of them.
When dozens of men in black suits, believed to be military personnel, passed through the palace gates, they cheered.
The woman riding as well as leading the group of brown horses caused a wave of noise from the crowd.
At a ceremony held on parliament grounds, New Zealand’s Prime Minister said: Jacinda Ardernand Governor-General, Cindy Kilo,declaration Charles III King.
Ardern expressed gratitude Queen Elizabeth II The feeling she said was shared by the King for her service and love for New Zealand.
“This relationship is very much appreciated by our people. I have no doubt it will deepen,” he said.
Members of the public wishing to lay flowers at Buckingham Palace in honor of the late Queen are holding an impromptu memorial service in a nearby park instead, after struggling through the large crowds.
Flowers are left in the trees and around the gates of Green Park and St. James’ Park by people who queued for nearly two hours to reach the palace but did not come within 100 meters of it.
King Charles III and his wife, Camilla, drove through the crowd on Sunday to loud cheers and a performance of “God Save The King.” He is scheduled to meet with representatives of the Commonwealth at Buckingham Palace.
Crowds stretched the length of the mall, with many parents bringing their children to witness the once-in-a-lifetime event.
Sophie Hammond, 42, from Chelmsford, Essex, was one of many who were unable to reach the palace and left flowers in nearby trees. “I took my children aged 6 and 8 and brought flowers from the garden by train. But there are too many people and there are no facilities. We left the flowers over there,” she said, pointing to a lime tree surrounded by more than 50 clusters of flowers.
People trying to get to the palace via the Green Park subway station were warned by stewards that there would be a “long wait” to enter the mall.
The stewards said, “We have to get people out of the mall first before we can let new groups into it.
Police have not released an estimate of the number of people who have come to Buckingham Palace.
But a senior official with the Japan Meteorological Agency said security leading up to the funeral would be a “very complex operation.”
Deputy Commissioner Stuart Cundy said hundreds of additional police officers had been called in to help as thousands of people were expected to pay their respects to the Queen.
She will rest in Westminster from Wednesday until her state funeral a week ago Monday.
“As you can imagine, our policing is very complex and contains an enormous amount of detail.
“We know the eyes of the world will be on London, not just the UK,” said Cundy.
Charles III I met with the General Secretary of the Commonwealth, Patricia Scott, in the 1844 Room at Buckingham Palace.
After the meeting, he received the High Commissioner of the State, of whom he was Head of State, and his spouse in the Bow Room of the royal residence.
Today, the new king received enthusiastic applause from the waiting crowd as his black car drove down The Mall towards Buckingham Palace.
After leaving Balmoral at 10am this morning, the funeral procession Queen Elizabeth II Arrived at her official residence at Holyrood House in Edinburgh. On the six-hour journey through Aberdeen, Dundee and Perth, the hearse was accompanied by the Queen’s daughter, Princess Royal. Princess Anne’s husband, Tim Lawrence, was also on board. The Queen’s body will be laid to rest at Holyrood House, where members of the royal family can pay their respects in private.
No 10 has revealed that Liz Truss will not be accompanying King Charles on his country tour over the next few days. This was a frowned upon announcement. Number 10 gave new details, stating that his only role was to attend reflection meetings in Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales. “The King is leading a national memorial service across the UK and the Prime Minister will join and attend the service,” a source at No 10 said. It’s not even a “tour”. She just attends a service. ”
Proclamation ceremonies are taking place across Britain to announce Charles III as the new monarch.large events were held at Hillsborough Castle in Northern Ireland and Cardiff Castle in Wales. Many local councils and authorities hold ceremonies during the day.
David Cameron says King Charles was “perfectly right” to write to ministers and politicians when he was heir to the throne, and to lobby on key issues such as tuberculosis in cattle and herbal medicines. . In an interview with the BBC’s Sunday With Laura Kuenssberg programme, Cameron said he never felt Charles. “Black Spider Note” The minister was released after a decade-long legal battle – for meddling in politics. “I believe that the heir to the throne has the full right to be concerned about issues such as the environment, wildlife conservation, and concern for the built environment.”
PA Media reports from Scottish Police: An earlier photo read, “Fuck imperialism. Abolish the monarchy.”
The timing of the Queen’s state funeral has been confirmed.It will be held at Westminster Abbey on Monday, September 19. By then, the Queen will be in Westminster Hall for four days so the public can pay their respects, the royal family said.
The Ministry of Education has confirmed that schools and universities in the UK are expected to close on the day of the funeral due to the public holiday. Schools in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland will also be closed.
many Sunday front page of the British press Focused on Prince William and his brother Harry’s joint walkabout at Windsor Castle last night. Since the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Harry and Meghan, announced their intention to step back from royal duties, the four have been rarely seen together.
These are some of the pictures as a coffin Queen Elizabeth II It was delivered this afternoon to Holyrood House via Edinburgh on what the new King Charles III described as his mother’s last great journey.
Andrew, Duke of York, and Edward, Earl of Wessex, and their wives were also present, waiting to receive their guests at Holyroodhouse.
That’s it for today’s Martin Bellum. I am now handing over our live coverage to Joe Middleton.
Here’s an image of the hearse as it traveled the Royal Mile of Edinburgh before arriving at today’s destination.
The Queen’s daughter, Anne, Princess Royal, stood by the gate as her mother’s coffin was brought in.
At Holyroodhouse, the hearse was greeted by the honor guard. No band playing or fanfare. The Queen’s coffin was quietly transported to what had been the Scottish official residence.
The streets of Edinburgh approaching it were broken by occasional applause and lined with people watching the procession in hushed silence.
After leaving Balmoral at 10am this morning, the funeral procession Queen Elizabeth II Arrived at her official residence at Holyrood House in Edinburgh.
On the six-hour journey through Aberdeen, Dundee and Perth, the hearse was accompanied by the Queen’s daughter, Princess Royal. Princess Anne’s husband, Tim Lawrence, was also on board.
The Queen’s body will be laid to rest at Holyrood House, where members of the royal family can pay their respects in private.
https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/live/2022/sep/11/queen-funeral-cortege-balmoral-edinurgh-aberdeen-king-charles-proclamations-commonwealth-live Thousands line the streets as the Queen’s coffin arrives at Holyrood Palace in Edinburgh – LIVE | Queen Elizabeth II