Buckingham Palace announced the death of Queen Elizabeth II on Thursday September 8th at the age of 96. A few months ago, Her Majesty celebrated the Platinum Jubilee, marking her 70th anniversary of the throne. Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor was born in London in 1926. After the death of her father, King George VI, she was crowned Queen in 1952. Elizabeth II was the longest reigning monarch of her nation. In 2016 he equaled and surpassed the 64 years of the “Victorian era” of his great-great-grandmother, Queen Victoria I of England (1837-1901).
In front of the amazed looks of her followers, she was in the best of health, and it was only at the end of last year that the complaints that forced her performances became public knowledge. After the first news about the health concerns of the monarch of the United Kingdom, the royal family gradually began to meet. Isabel II’s four children: Carlos ––heir apparent––; Ana, Andrés and Eduardo accompanied her in her last hours of life in her home in Balmoral. Their grandchildren Prince William and Prince Harry – accompanied by his wife Meghan Markle – also appeared once the Queen’s delicate condition and medical surveillance became known. Succession to Queen Elizabeth II Protocols for the succession of Prince Charles of Wales, Elizabeth II’s eldest son, and her late husband, Philip of Edinburgh, have already begun. Carlos is 73 years old.
At the time of his coronation, Carlos has the option to change his name if he prefers. Enable London Bridge operation, what does that mean? As is usual for all royal positions, each of the most important ones has an operation – which is usually kept secret – which is activated upon their death. In the case of Queen Elizabeth, it is London Bridge, made up of a series of documents drawn up 10 years after the coronation. Operation London Bridge was activated to determine how to write the official communications and how to direct actions after the so-called “D-Day”. Protocol actions will continue for 10 days leading up to Isabel’s funeral.
Operation London Bridge: what happens each day leading up to Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral D-Day Death of Queen Elizabeth II. Announcement of Death to Society. Flags at half-staff and a minute of national silence. Spreading the message to the public by the royal family. Hearing between the Prime Minister and the new monarch (Prince Carlos). Prince Charles televised speech. Day D +1 “Operation Spring Tide” begins for the succession of Carlos Ascension Council meeting to announce the new king. Day D +2 Arrival of Elizabeth II’s coffin at Buckingham Palace. D-Day +3 Proclamation of Charles as the new King of England The new monarch’s tour begins with a visit to the Scottish Parliament and St Giles Cathedral in Edinburgh. He also visits Hillsborough Castle in Northern Ireland and St Anne’s Cathedral in Belfast. D-Day +4 Rehearsal of the Queen’s Coffin Procession from Buckingham Palace to the Palace of Westminster. D-Day +5 procession from Buckingham Palace to the Houses of Parliament. Worship service at Westminster Hall. D-Day +6 to +9 The Queen’s body remains in the funeral chapel at the Palace of Westminster for three days. Society can openly honor him. D-Day +10 Funeral of Elizabeth II at Westminster Abbey followed by a service at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle where Queen Elizabeth II is buried in the King George IV Memorial Chapel. National Day of Mourning is declared.
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