- Queen Elizabeth II was buried on September 19, 2022
- The royal family shares a picture of the tomb on Instagram
- This is what the Queen's tomb looks like
Queen Elizabeth II (†96) said goodbye on September 19 with an emotional funeral service. The funeral was attended by countless guests who wanted to pay their last respects to the Queen.
The longtime Queen passed away on September 8, 2022. She found her final resting place in King George VI Memorial Chapel in Windsor, where her husband Prince Philip (†99) was buried. A picture showing the gravesite can be found on the Royals' official Instagram account.
This is what the Queen's tombstone looks like
The tomb of Queen Elizabeth II is a black tombstone set into the ground in the royal burial chamber. The stone is inscribed with the names of the Queen and Prince Philip.
In addition, the names of Queen Elizabeth II's parents are present – George Vl and Elizabeth. A coat of arms can also be found on the tomb - this stands for the Order of Garter.
The knightly order has a history that goes back many years. Today the Order includes the most distinguished figures in Great Britain.
The funeral of Queen Elizabeth II was watched by countless people
It can be seen that around the tombstone of Queen Elizabeth ll many funeral wreaths are laid. The Queen's death sparked a wave of sadness across the world. The royal funeral also caused high numbers on television.
The funeral went down in history as the most viewed live broadcast. After being buried in Windsor, King Charles lll is now the head of the royals.