Queen Elizabeth II's Final Resting Place Revealed in New Photograph Following Funeral


Queen Elizabeth II lived a long and fruitful life, which ended at the beginning September. Queen Elizabeth II, a 96-year-old monarch, was Britain’s longest-serving monarch. Her death was an unsurprising tragedy that will affect so many more people.

The two-weeks of mourning served to strengthen that. Elizabeth was finally laid to rest Monday at St. George’s Chapel, Windsor. Saturday’s unveiling of a new large ledgerstone at the final resting place for Elizabeth saw her name added to the list alongside her parents, King George VI (later Queen Elizabeth) and Prince Philip (later husband).

CNNThe new slab is “hand-carved”The lettering is brass and made from Belgian black marble. A garter separates them on the stone. Their birth and death dates are under their names.

Garter refers to the Order of the Garter. This is a high-ranking order of chivalry that dates back to medieval times. Edward III ruled in the 1300s. Each member of the group is chosen by a sovereign. “recognition of an individual’s service to the nation.”Others include former prime ministers and members of the royal family, as well as senior figures from U.K. society. St. George’s Chapel houses the “spiritual home”You can view the order.

The nation’s first television broadcast of Elizabeth’s funeral is a significant milestone in history. 26 million viewers in the U.K. tuned into the Queen’s Funeral, which was the first British monarch funeral to be televised. It is also the first monarch to be killed under the surveillance of the tabloid and internet media.

CNN also reports that Prince Philip was at St. George’s following his death in April 2021. But, he wasn’t placed in the memorial church until now. After Queen Elizabeth died, Prince Philip was taken from St. George’s Royal Vault and moved to be with her.

On Sept. 29, Windsor Castle will reopen and the public can visit the resting place of Queen Elizabeth and see the striking stone. Many Royal residences around England and buildings across the country reopened this Week after being closed on Sept. 8. In respect to Queen Elizabeth, they were shut down.


Royal Collection Trust reported that Thursday was a day of celebrations. “Queen’s Gallery at Buckingham Palace, the Palace of Holyroodhouse and the Queen’s Gallery in Edinburgh, Scotland” All would be reopened.

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