Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin will be flown from the Scottish capital Edinburgh to London on Tuesday in preparation for her funeral, which is scheduled for September 19.
The coffin will be taken from St Giles Cathedral to Edinburgh Airport at 5pm local time..
Fans will be allowed to line the length of the coffin route to the airport, the BBC reported.
At six o’clock in the evening, the coffin will be taken to the Royal Air Force’s Northolt Airport in London. Princess Anne, daughter of the late Queen, will accompany the casket on its journey.
The coffin is expected to arrive in London shortly before 7pm before being moved to Buckingham Palace, where it will be received by King Charles III, Queen Consort Camilla and other members of the royal family..
Thousands of people lined the streets of Edinburgh yesterday as the casket followed from the Palace of Holyroodhouse to St Giles Cathedral..
Throughout the night and into Tuesday morning, citizens flocked to the cathedral to bid farewell to the late queen..
Earlier on Tuesday, the King, along with Camilla, will travel to Belfast, where he will meet the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, Chris Heaton-Harris, and other party leaders..
After meeting with religious leaders, Charles and Camilla will attend mass at St Anne’s Cathedral before returning to London..
Starting Thursday, the Queen’s coffin will lie in state at Westminster Abbey for four days, with her funeral scheduled for September 19.
King Charles and his wife Camilla will begin in Belfast Northern Ireland, where they will meet Minister of State for Northern Ireland Chris Heaton-Harris MP and other party leaders. After meeting with religious leaders, King Charles and Camilla will attend a prayer service at St Anne’s Cathedral before returning to London..
On Monday, King Charles took part in a funeral procession carrying the Queen’s coffin from Holyrood House in Edinburgh to St Giles Cathedral. Members of the public watched as the procession made its way down the Royal Mile.
At 4:00 pm a prayer service was held to celebrate the Queen’s life, and as of 5:00 pm, the public visited the casket in the cathedral 24 hours a day..
In the evening, King Charles attended a memorial service with other members of the royal family at St Giles Cathedral.
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