• Several things will accompany The Queen on her final journey
  • A handwritten letter raised a question mark
  • This comes from the hand of her eldest son 

September 19th is the day of the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II (†96), who passed away on September 8th. One detail on the Queen's coffin is particularly striking. We'll tell you all bout it. 

King Charles III writes a handwritten letter for The Queen 

Various things can be found on the coffin of Queen Elizabeth II on the day of her burial. A crown, a scepter, an orb as well as a large funeral arrangement. If you look closely, you can see that there is a handwritten letter in the middle of the funeral arrangement.

In the letter, which lies on the coffin of the Queen and accompanies her, is written: "In loving and devoted memory." These loving lines were written by King Charles III (73), the eldest son of Queen Elizabeth II.

The coffin of Queen Elizabeth II.

These loving lines were written by King Charles III, the eldest son of Queen Elizabeth II. The flower arrangement comes from Clarence House - which was the official residence of the former Prince of Wales. It is an old tradition of the British royals that a family member gives the deceased a farewell letter to take with him on his final journey.

It was certainly not an easy task for Charles III to find the right words to say. You can see the sadness of the new British king at the memorial services for the late Queen.

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