Tomorrow or September 19 will be the day that the British and the world's people send their prayers.

One last time to Queen Elizabeth II.

London's atmosphere will be filled with mourning, mourning and the sanctity of the royal funeral, scheduled to begin at 11:00 a.m. UK time

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The royal funeral of the Queen

hooded flag symbolizing the sovereignty of the United Kingdom

and the Imperial Crown will descend from Westminster Hall to the adjacent Westminster Cathedral.

The place where he was coronated in 1953 and married his beloved husband Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh in 1947 while still a princess.

It will be the first time in 262 years that Westminster Cathedral will host the funeral of the British monarch.

The last time was

King George II's funeral took place in the 18th century, in 1760. The last royal family to be held here was

Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother or Queen Mother, the mother of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

It is a day when the world will recognize the greatness of His Majesty's reign of 70 years and 214 days. Representatives of heads of state from all over the world will come or come to join the ceremony.

Whether King Philippe VI and Queen Leticia of Spain

King Philip and Queen Matilde of Belgium

King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands

King Carl Gustav XVI and Queen Silvia of Sweden

King Herald V and Queen Sonja of Norway

Emperor Naruhito and Empress Masako of Japan

to common leaders from the Great Powers, the Commonwealth and friendly nations, such as US President Joe Biden, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, Ms Jacinda A. New Zealand Prime Minister Michael Higgins, Irish President

Emmanuel Macron, French President, German President Frank Walter Steinmeier, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Israeli President Isaac Herzog, Mr. Yun Seok Yeol, President of South Korea

But there are also places that the British government has not invited, such as Russia, Belarus, Syria, Venezuela, the Taliban, Afghanistan, Myanmar.

After the royal funeral in Westminster Cathedral

The funeral of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II will head from London to

“Windsor Castle”, about 36 kilometers from the capital, has been the residence of more than 40 British monarchs over the past 1,000 years, and is a place familiar to him since childhood.

It is both a home and a refuge for him and his sister.

"Princess Margaret" when England was bombed by Nazi Germany in the Second World War on London.

After completing the royal ceremony in the square in the castle

His remains will be transported to St George's Cathedral.

His private place of worship inside the castle fence

to perform the royal funeral ceremony

At this stage, it was initially scheduled for the body


to be lowered into the royal vault, or "royal walt," beneath St George's Cathedral.

Like 25 monarchs and royalty, whether it be King George III, King George IV, George V, William IV or Prince Edward.

Duke of Kent

Father of Queen Victoria the Great

However, it may be his own wish to be together with

"Family members" who have passed away, with the Bureau of the Royal Household saying

The tomb of Queen Elizabeth II will not be in the Royal Walt, but will be buried within the Memorial of George


VI in St George's Cathedral.

which is the place where the royal remains and the remains of the royal father

"King George VI", mother "Queen Elizabeth" and sister "Princess Margaret", Countess of Snowdon.

Like his "life partner", Prince Philip's corpse

Duke of Edinburgh

will be moved and enshrined side by side

Symbolizes "true love," according to a declaration he made 75 years ago, "There will be one another.

Good or bad, rich or poor, good or bad, love, cherish, and obey.”

Weerapoj Inthaphan