Saturday means D-Day +8 or D + 8 in plans signifying the death of the Queen.
Here is the schedule of events to take place in the next 24 hours.
– Lying able:
The lie continues, and representatives of the Commonwealth are invited to pay tribute.
World leaders are expected to arrive throughout the weekend and be able to sign the condolence book at Lancaster House.
The line is still there, and as of Friday evening it was expected to take approximately 22 hours from the end of the line at Southwark Park to Westminster Hall.
– The King thanks the emergency services workers:
The King will meet the Chiefs of Staff at Buckingham Palace prior to his visit to the Police Headquarters, where he will thank the representatives of all emergency services involved in planning and implementing events during this period.
– Fashion event:
A fashion show is held in honor of the late Queen as part of the London Fashion Week. Models will wear a white lily as a tribute.
– More meetings for the king:
The King and Queen Spouse will attend a dinner for the governors general, and then the king will meet with the prime ministers of the Kingdom at Buckingham Palace.
– Vigil for grandchildren:
The queen’s eight grandsons will be at her coffin. The Prince of Wales will be at the head, and at the foot the Duke of Sussex.
William will be accompanied by his cousins Zara Tindall and Peter Philips, children of the royal princess; while Harry will be with the Duke of York’s daughters, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenia.
The children of the Count of Wessex, Lady Louise and Viscount Severn, will stand near the center.