The British Royal Housemade public some photographs of the tomb of Queen Elizabeth II this Saturday, in them you can see a space full of flower arrangements, some photographs of the Queen and white candles.
After the funeral and burial held on September 19 at the King George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle, now the remains of the oldest monarch rest in a vault that bears above a piece of Belgian black marble with the inscription of the names of Elizabeth II; her husband, Prince Philip, and her parents, George VI and Elizabeth, the Queen Mother.
It should be noted that despite being in the same chapel where the monarch was recently buried, the ashes of Princess Margaret do not appear among the names of the funeral inscriptions.
After the photographs released, it was also reported that it is planned that next week Windsor Castle will be reopened to public visits, the final scene of the acts of the state funeral and the burial of Isabel II.There you can visit the remains of the vast majority of the kings and queens of England from Henry VII, buried there in the 16th century.
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After the death of the British monarch, many curiosities arose, as reported in American Post Newsher coffin had a lead coating and is made of oak wood, it is also known that Elizabeth II was buried with two precious belongings for her, because in advance she asked to leave with the wedding ringmade in Welsh gold and a pair of Pearl earrings which she used frequently, unlike the queen mother, who took with her her husband’s robe, a cast of his hand, a lock of hair, and a photograph of her favorite servant, with whom she was rumored to have had a relationship romantic.
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