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Queen’s funeral updates latest: Coffin arrives at Buckingham Palace as mourners line up in the streets

Queen Elizabeth’s coffin arrives at RAF Northolt before traveling to Buckingham Palace

Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin has arrived at Buckingham Palace, where it will be received by King Charles III and other senior members of the royal family.

The queen’s coffin was brought from Edinburgh’s St Giles Cathedral on Tuesday, on a journey marked by huge lines of mourners filling the streets of the two capitals.

The new monarch returned to Buckingham Palace from Northern Ireland on Tuesday evening, where he told Stormont leaders that his mother “never stopped praying for the best times for this place and for its people whose stories she knew, whose sorrows our family had felt and for whom she had great affection and respect ”.

His words came when the head of the anti-monarchy group Republika, Graham Smith, called the arrests of the protesters a “scandal” and said he was to expect more demonstrations.

Admitting a new king is “a political act that goes to the heart of what is wrong with the monarchy,” he said. “It is imperative that everyone has the right to protest and speak up on any matter they like, and the police must protect this right, not step on it.”

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Harry and William will join King Charles in a procession behind the Queen’s Coffin

Prince Harry and Prince William will walk alongside their father, King Charles III, following the Queen’s Coffin from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Hall, where the deceased monarch will rest in state.

After the death of Queen Elizabeth II, she was in the state of St. Giles in Edinburgh before her coffin was received by her children, grandchildren and their spouses at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday night, when crowds of mourners were paying them. respects beyond the gates.

After depositing for the night in the Bow Room, a room in the west wing of the palace where the Queen has hosted world leaders, the monarch will leave his longtime home in London for the last time in a procession that begins Wednesday at 2:22 PM.

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Duchess Anne’s tribute as Scotland took leave of the Queen: “Honor and privilege”

Princess Royal said it was an “honor and privilege” to accompany the Queen’s coffin as she left Scotland yesterday on her journey to Buckingham Palace.

The late monarch’s only daughter said the love and respect shown to the Queen on her journeys from Balmoral to Edinburgh and London were “both humiliating and uplifting.”

The crowds burst into applause as the coffin was taken from Edinburgh’s St Giles Cathedral, where some 26,000 kind people stood in line for hours around the clock to pay their respects.

Read the full story here:

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Oprah raises objections for suggesting that the death of the Queen could give Harry and Meghan a “chance to bring peace”

Oprah Winfrey sparked a debate about her role in tensions between Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and royalty after she suggested that Queen Elizabeth II’s departure was “an occasion to bring peace.”

“Well, I think so,” said the talk show host on Monday. “I think in all families – you know, my father passed away recently this summer, and when all the families come together for a common ceremony, a ritual for the burial of the dead, there is an opportunity to make peace. And hopefully that will be the case.

Our American lifestyle editor Chelsea Ritschel has details:

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Thousands of patients are struggling with canceled NHS visits or operations due to the Queen’s funeral

Thousands of visits to hospitals and family doctors have been canceled due to a public holiday related to the Queen’s funeral on Monday.

Many hospitals are postponing outpatient visits and elective surgery due to reduced staff numbers, while most clinics will also close.

Our health correspondent Rebecca Thomas has a full report here:

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Route revealed to mourners waiting in line for the Queen’s coffin at Westminster Hall

The government has announced details of an itinerary for mourners lining up to see Queen Elizabeth II in London.

Huge numbers of people are expected to come to Westminster Hall, the oldest building on the parliamentary estate, to mourn her death, and the Department of Culture, Media and Sports has published official guidelines for those planning to do so:

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Prince Harry refers to the rule forbidding him to wear a military uniform at events honoring the Queen

Prince Harry has asked to continue to focus on the late queen and her funeral rather than what she will wear, following reports that he is not allowed to wear a military uniform while mourning his grandmother.

The Duke of Sussex, who served on two fronts in Afghanistan, referred to the rule prohibiting him from wearing military uniform in a statement issued by his spokesman on Tuesday.

My friend Chelsea Ritschel reports:

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UK cinemas will close or screen the Queen’s funeral for free on Monday

Most UK cinema chains will close on Monday due to the Queen’s funeral, while others offer a free screening of the event, my colleague Tom Murray reports.

The release of the British romantic comedy Ticket To Paradise, starring George Clooney and Julia Roberts, was also postponed from September 16 to the day after the funeral.

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What are your rights to protest against the monarchy?

Several anti-monarchy protesters have been arrested or spoken to by UK police, raising questions about freedom of speech rights.

Our home affairs editor Lizzie Dearden this has an exhaustive explanation of what rights people have to protest against the monarchy:

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Center Parcs argues with the decision to kick visitors on the day of the queen’s funeral

Center Parcs reversed its decision to close its accommodation for the Queen’s funeral on Monday after guests objected.

Clients were told they would be kicked out at 10am on Monday September 19 for 24 hours, forcing them to find alternative accommodation.

After receiving the complaint, Center Parcs offered the guests with “longer breaks” to stay on the site on Monday.

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A tribute to Princess Anne as Scotland bids her Queen farewell for the last time

My friend Holly Bancroft reports on the events of the day in Edinburgh:

Princess Royal said it was an “honor and privilege” to accompany the Queen’s coffin as she left Scotland on Tuesday for her trip to Buckingham Palace.

The late monarch’s only daughter said the love and respect shown to the Queen on her journeys from Balmoral to Edinburgh and London were “both humiliating and edifying.”

The crowds burst into applause as the coffin was taken from Edinburgh’s St Giles Cathedral, where some 26,000 kind people stood in line for hours around the clock to pay their respects.

You can read the full report here:

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