- A spider was noticed crawling on the coffin of Queen Elizabeth II at the funeral
- The monarch’s coffin was in Westminster Abbey.
- Soon after the funeral, the queen’s coffin will relaxation at Windsor Castle.
Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral is underway at Westminster Abbey, wherever 2,000 mourners have gathered to bid farewell to Britain’s longest-reigning monarch, according to The Related Press.
The queen’s coffin sat in the centre of the abbey right after being carried by pallbearers on Monday and accompanied by her son, King Charles III, and other customers of the royal family members. They bundled Prince William, his spouse Kate and his two oldest little ones, George, 9, and Charlotte, 7. Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, also walked behind the casket.
They seize a horrifying visual appearance on the coffin of Queen Elizabeth II
As Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin was carried in procession via the abbey, a smaller spider appeared on the white card that accompanied the crown King Charles sent for the English monarch. The letter penned by the new king will be buried with Queen Elizabeth. The note read through “In loving and devoted memory. Carlos R.”, according to The Telegraph.
“In the course of the Queen’s funeral, I keep wondering about the spider I noticed in her bouquets and in which the hell is it now? If he did not capture me buying it up, I’d get out of there,” a person netizen wrote on social media. “Has any person just viewed the spider in the queen’s coffin?” “There is a spider throughout the card in the queen’s coffin,” ended up other comments. To see the video clip of the spider click Here.