- Queen Elizabeth II was buried on September 19th
- Countless royals traveled to the funeral ceremony
- The European royal families were all represented
To pay their last respects to the Queen, not only did around 500 heads of state and government travel there but all royal houses of Europe are represented. These include Spain, Belgium, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands.
European royals are united in mourning of the Queen
Photos show the European royals united at Westminster Abbey in mourning for the extraordinary British monarch. Princess Beatrix and Queen Máxima traveled from Holland with King Willem-Alexander, whose grief was clearly visible.
The Spanish royals were represented by King Felipe and Queen Letizia, as well as Felipe's controversial father King Juan Carlos, and his wife Queen Sofia. Queen Silvia and King Carl Gustaf came from Sweden as well.
And Grand Duke Henri of Luxembourg and his Maria Teresa also made their way to London. Also, King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of Belgium could be found in Westminster Abbey.
From Norway to Serbia and Romania, these royals came to London
Queen Margrethe of Denmark arrived with Crown Prince Frederik. Before them, Norway's King Harald and Queen Sonja entered the church. Then came Crown Princess Katherine of Serbia and Margarita of Romania - the eldest daughter of the last king of Romania - with Prince Radu.
In addition, Prince Albert II of Monaco arrived with Princess Charlène, followed by Queen Anne-Marie of Greece with Prince Pavlos. Hereditary Princess Sophie and Hereditary Prince Alois of Liechtenstein completed the ranks of European royals.
With so many royals from other continents present, you can see the significance of the death of Queen Elizabeth II is once again impressively illustrated.