Charles III of Northern Ireland

event of the day

  • Charles III and Camilla arrive in Belfast at noon, where they meet with Chris Heaton Harris, Secretary of State for Northern Ireland.
  • 2:20 pm (French time): King Charles III delivers condolences from the Northern Ireland Parliament.
  • The royal couple will then attend a religious ceremony at St. Anne’s Cathedral in Belfast before departing for London.
  • 6:00 PM: Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin leaves St Giles Cathedral for Edinburgh Airport, taking off at 7:00 PM.
  • 8:00 pm: The coffin arrives in London and the procession leaves for Buckingham Palace.

12:59pm: Charles III arrives in Belfast

The King and Queen have arrived in Belfast for their first visit to Northern Ireland.

11:59am: Charles III and Camilla on their way to Belfast

After leaving Holyroodhouse, Charles III and Camilla are on their way to Edinburgh Airport, from where they take off for Belfast. There they will meet with Chris Heaton Harris, the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland.

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In London, people are already lined up in the front row to see the procession of the Queen’s coffin, which does not depart Edinburgh until 7pm on Tuesday. Photo Sipa/ AP/ Emilio Morenatti

11:47 a.m.: Hotels, transport … London sold out for Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral

London prepares to welcome hundreds of thousands to the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II.

“Central London and (Royal Castle) Windsor hotels are fully booked, increasing demand for properties close to train and tube stations in the Greater London area,” the hotel chain told low-cost Travelodge. She says her bookings come “from all over the UK and around the world”.

Kate Nichols, director of industry group UK Hospitality, has admitted that London hotels have seen “a surge in bookings since the announcement of the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on Thursday”.

She added that demand remains high through Monday, the day of the funeral, due to the increased need for police and other personnel accommodation for the organization and security for an event of this magnitude.

11:34am: How many British people are watching crown 8 times more

Series viewership in the UK crown After the death of Elizabeth II, it increased eightfold. GuardianThis is the number of viewers measured for the Netflix series between Friday, September 9 and Sunday, September 11, compared to the previous weekend’s viewership.

number of viewers in France crown It tripled in the days after the Queen’s death.

Following the death of Queen Elizabeth II, production on the fifth season of the series chronicling royal life was put on hold.

9:41am: London police urge officers to respect right to protest

London police say the public has the right to protest the monarchy after a viral video showing police escorting protesters and making arrests in other parts of the UK after the death of Queen Elizabeth II I warned you.

On Monday, as King Charles III was on his way to parliament, two protesters held up signs reading “Not my King”, “Abolition of the Monarchy” and “End of Feudalism”.

Scottish police arrested a woman outside London for cheering and holding a ‘Abolition of the Monarchy’ sign before Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin arrived in Edinburgh on Sunday. will appear in court at a later date.

A video circulated online during a funeral procession through Scottish processions on Monday, showing a man chanting, “Sick old man! Prince Andrew paid millions in the United States to avoid a sexual assault trial.” He was then violently removed from the crowd by police.

In Oxford, central England, a 45-year-old peace activist asked, “Who elected him? During the promulgation of a new King.

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Scottish Farewell to Elizabeth II

Tens of thousands of anonymous people have gathered since Monday night to gather in front of Elizabeth II’s coffin in Edinburgh before being transferred to London. At night, they waited six to seven hours to meditate in front of the corpse.

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9:36 a.m.: Waits have already begun in London to see the coffin of Elizabeth II

The Queen’s coffin is scheduled to be taken to Buckingham Palace on Tuesday night. in transit, Charles III to make urgent visit to Northern Ireland.

Hundreds of thousands of Britons are expected to gather in front of the sovereign’s remains in London from Wednesday night. Some had already settled in on Monday night so as not to miss the opportunity.

From Wednesday evening until Monday’s funeral, the bodies rest in Westminster Hall for almost five days.

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9:33 a.m.: Scots take final bows to the Queen

A week before her funeral, Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin was laid in public for the first time at St Giles’ Cathedral in Edinburgh, Scotland. .

The crowd is huge: The 30,000 sesame bracelets needed to enter the cathedral had already been distributed on Monday night. The procession he stretched over 1.5 kilometers.

Thus, under the supervision of 4 archers and 12 police officers of the Royal Company, the inhabitants bow behind cordon in front of an oak coffin hoisted on the platform, a few meters away. can do. Some anonymous people signed in front of the corpse, others bowed. Tears streamed down their faces from time to time.

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Royal parades, religious ceremonies… say goodbye to Queen Elizabeth II in Scotland

New King Charles III’s first speech to the London Parliament, then departure for Edinburgh, Scotland, for a religious ceremony and funeral vigil. our slide show.

9:30 am .: Hello everyone. Welcome to a direct farewell to Queen Elizabeth II, who died last Thursday at the age of 96.

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