The world must write a historic day. Funeral Service of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom It is held in the highest honor since Westminster Cathedral. with heads of state, heads of state, leaders and representatives from countries around the world join the mourning for the last time before the body was brought to be enshrined at King George VI Memorial, St George's Cathedral alongside her husband Amid the sorrow of the British people and the Commonwealth countries who attended the The Bureau of the Royal Household has arranged for both Thais and foreigners in Thailand to join in paying their respects at the Manee Nopparat Gate. The Grand Palace until 25 September is the day in which world history must be engraved with the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II attended by heads of state, leaders and representatives from countries around the world. The event was held with the highest honour.
The world must write a historic day.
Funeral Service of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom
It is held in the highest honor since Westminster Cathedral.
with heads of state, heads of state, leaders and representatives from countries around the world
join the mourning for the last time
before the body was brought to be enshrined at King George VI Memorial, St George's Cathedral
alongside her husband
Amid the sorrow of the British people and the Commonwealth countries who attended the
The Bureau of the Royal Household has arranged for both Thais and foreigners in Thailand to join in paying their respects at the Manee Nopparat Gate.
The Grand Palace until 25 September is the day in which world history must be engraved with the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II attended by heads of state, leaders and representatives from countries around the world. The event was held with the highest honour.
State Ceremony at Westminster Cathedral
The funeral of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II is divided into two parts:
The state ceremonies in the morning and the royal ceremonies
for the royal family in the evening
By the state, the ceremony began at 8:00 a.m. on September 19, local time, or around 2:00 p.m. Thailand time.
Westminster Cathedral Gates invites ceremonial staff and honored citizens to join the event as a benefactor during the COVID-19 crisis.
enter the cathedral
Participants in the ceremony
The first set of important personalities traveled by bus, arriving at about 8:30 a.m.
according to local time, including the royal family
Cousins of Queen Camilla and Catherine, Princess of Wales
including the British Cabinet
Enter the North Gate
while King Charles III along with Prince William
Prince of Wales
Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Peter Philip arrive from Buckingham Palace.
through Whitehall Road
Separate the Houses of Parliament
Arrived at Westminster Palace, along both sides of the road, full of people watching over him.
World leaders gradually enter the cathedral.
Then at 09.40 or at 15.40 Thai time, members of the royal family abroad
and foreign government representatives
Gradually enter the West Cathedral
Minsters at the front door, including US President Joe Biden and US First Lady Jill Biden, followed up at 10:20 a.m. local time or 4:20 p.m. Thai time. Six British prime ministers, including Boris Johnson, Theresa May, David Cameron, Sir John Major, Sir Tony Blair and Gordon Brown, arrived, followed by Li. British Prime Minister S Truss, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Adern.
Thai ambassadors representing the event
On the same day, Mr. Thani Saengrat, Director-General of the Department of Information and Foreign Ministry Spokesperson, revealed that Thailand pays tribute to Queen Elizabeth II and joins in mourning this great loss. Funeral of Mr. Phisanu Suwanachart, Ambassador of Thailand to London, representing the country
Thailand in the UK has participated as the UK authorities have given the opportunity to participate.
People waiting to be sent to the King
For summoning the sarcophagus to Westminster Cathedral
It begins with the Honor Guard.
The procession began to move from the Hosgard Guard Building through the Parliament House.
to Westminster Palace
to perform the royal funeral procession to Westminster Cathedral
along with playing a song in honor of His Majesty the King
Among the people that poured from all over the world
to wait for His Majesty
Until packed along 2 sides of the road, the coffin of Queen Elizabeth II was moved from the altar in Westminster Hall at 10.44 a.m. to be enshrined on the chariot.
British Royal Navy artillery
His Majesty King Charles III followed the procession along with Princess Anne.
Duke of York
Earl of Wessex
Prince of Wales
Duke of Sussex and Peter Philip, grandson of Queen Elizabeth II.
perform sacred ceremonies
When Queen Elizabeth II's funeral procession arrives at Westminster Cathedral
The lifeguard moved the coffin into the front door of Westminster Cathedral and at 11 a.m.
The funeral ceremony began
The choir sang praises to the Lord as a royal merit.
Then move the body into the Westminster Cathedral.
Later, Reverend David Hoyne Dean of Westminster
Lead a prayer and pay tribute to Queen Elizabeth II, then the Westminster Cathedral Choir and St James Church sing praises to God.
followed by Patricia
Baroness of Scotland and Asthol
Secretary General of the Commonwealth of Nations
Read the Bible chapter 1, honoring and making great sacrifices throughout the reign of Mrs. Liz Truss, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
Leading through chapter 2, may God comfort the soul of Queen Elizabeth II and may He be in heaven.
While Patriarch Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury
Deliver sermons and pay respects
Peaceful mourning across the UK
At the end of the religious ceremony
Officials of the royal ceremonial song
after the song ends
Everyone stood in silence to pay their respects together across the UK.
The atmosphere throughout the country was calm and sorrowful.
Many people shed tears of mourning until 12 noon Thailand time.
The honor guard played the anthem and national anthem, "God Save the King", reportedly during that time.
His Majesty's eyes were clearly filled with tears.
Then the Scots bagpipes performed the song "Sleep, dearie, sleep" according to the ancient royal tradition.
moving the royal body with royal artillery chariot
After the funeral ceremony
in Westminster Cathedral
Next, the royal coffin of Queen Elizabeth II was brought to be enshrined on the Royal Navy artillery chariot.
which uses 142 sailors in black uniforms to haul in ancient traditions since the reign of Queen Victoria
by this royal navy artillery chariot
It was last used at the funeral of Admiral Louise, Earl of Mountbatten.
Matriarch of Prince Philip
Duke of Edinburgh in 1979, then the funeral procession of Queen Elizabeth II led by the Royal Military Orchestra.
Scottish Bagpipe and Drum Army
along with the cavalry
including from the Commonwealth
participate in the honor parade
Moving towards the Wellington Arch Gate, by this, King Charles III followed in a procession of ranks.
with Princess Anne
Duke of York
Earl of Wessex
and the grandsons of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, including Prince William.
Prince of Wales
Duke of Sussex
and the royal family
by the procession to bring the casket
Move through England's historic landmarks
and the Big Ben bell is ringing every 1 minute along the way
And it takes about 45 minutes to reach the Wellington Arch Gate.
His Royal Highness
Foreign news agencies that are ready to report the atmosphere of the royal funeral ceremony.
Queen Elizabeth II reported that just before the sarcophagus had arrived at the Wellington Arch.
has moved through Buckingham Palace
which when the royal funeral procession moves past the Queen Victoria monument
located in front of Buckingham Palace
Palace officials gathered in front of the building.
ready to pay homage to the King
for the last time
Then when the royal funeral procession arrived at the Wellington Arch Gate
Officials of the royal ceremonies brought the casket
Queen Elizabeth II enshrined in a royal chariot
before moving on to St George's Cathedral
Within the Windsor Castle, London, a distance of approximately 35 km to perform the royal ceremonies that are expected only for members of the royal family.
and the guards of Queen Elizabeth II attended a total of about 1,000 people.
Buried the body next to her husband
Then in the evening is a royal ceremony that only the royal family.
led by King Charles III to bring the body
Queen Elizabeth II enters the King George VI Memorial Hall in St George's Cathedral.
with Reverend David Connor Dean of Windsor
a religious ceremony
After that, the royal funeral ceremony was performed.
next to Prince Philip's funeral
Duke of Edinburgh, Consort, in the Hall of King George VI Memorial, St George's Cathedral
completed the ceremony
decorated with flowers of memory
British media reported that the Buckingham Palace issued a statement saying:
King Charles III ordered a wreath to be placed on the coffin.
decorated with geraniums, roses, hydrangeas
sedum and scabiosa flower
which flowers are pink
gold and magenta
All from the gardens in Buckingham Palace.
Clarence House Pratumnak
and Pratumnak High Grove House
Sam with English Oak Leaves
symbol of steadfast love
And the same old myrtle leaves used to decorate the bouquet at the wedding of Queen Elizabeth II in 1947 are symbols of happy memory.
and steadfast love
Along with the memoir of King Charles III, “With love and dedication, Charles R.”
Girl weeps to honor the last body
Local media also reported on the atmosphere of the last group of people to pay their respects to the royal funeral.
with both the elderly and children
Many even burst into tears as they walked out of Westminster Hall.
after paying respects to the body and turning to look at him with mourning
The last one was Christina Hiray, working in the Air Force.
Said that he had been queuing since 17:00 on the 18th of September.
With tears in his eyes, he said that he was extremely proud and honored to pay his respects.
Queen Elizabeth II, who has vowed to serve the country in her name.
The last runner-up is Sima Mansuri, a woman of Iranian descent.
A London resident said that Queen Elizabeth II visited Iran more than 50 years ago when her relative was a young girl holding flowers to welcome her.
which that day was very hot
The Queen was worried and told her relatives to hide from the sun inside and receive flowers.
That was the first time he loved him.
and keep loving
He also stood for freedom.
for human rights
especially women's rights
Approximately 4 hundred thousand people attended the royal funeral.
About 400,000 people paid their respects after the last person left Westminster Hall.
Royal officials paid their respects to the body and wiped away tears.
before closing the doors of Westminster Palace
while outside Windsor Castle
In tears, one citizen told the BBC:
Her Majesty the Queen
Reminds me of Grandma and Grandma
When he heard the news of his death, he was heartbroken and felt that it was very difficult to think of a time when he was no longer there.
even though he had never met him before.
But growing up in his reign and feeling close to him all his life, he decided to come and wait to pay his respects one last time.
for the atmosphere of mourning
Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom in Thailand on the same day at 4 p.m.
At the Manee Nopparat Gate
The Grand Palace, His Majesty the King
His Majesty graciously favors the government agencies in His Majesty.
Paying tribute in front of the royal portrait at the funeral of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom
His Majesty the King
to Air Chief Marshal Supichai Soonthornbura, Deputy Secretary-General of the Royal Palace
presided over the flower vase of His Majesty the King
and Khunying Chanthani Thanarak, Assistant to the Royal Secretariat of His Majesty the King
Invited to present a vase of flowers of Her Majesty the Queen and Thanpuying Buttri Viravaidya, Deputy Director-General of the Department of Royal Affairs.
Invite a vase of flowers of Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn.
Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn
went to the mourning ceremony in front of the royal portrait
along with his courtiers
laying flowers in remembrance
Open for condolences until 25 Sept.
The Bureau of the Royal Household will enshrine the royal
Nickname of Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom
At the Manee Nopparat Gate
Between 19-25 September 2022 for people and agencies
Join us in mourning the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom.
As Thailand and the United Kingdom have a long-standing relationship
with various departments
brought vases of flowers and flowers to pay tribute to Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom, such as the President of the Senate
with government officials
Permanent Secretary for the Interior
Deputy Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Interior and civil servants, Office of the Permanent Secretary for Defense
Permanent Secretary of the Prime Minister's Office
The Crown Property Bureau
and the Royal Theater, Sala Chalermkrung
as well as foreigners in Thailand gradually brought flowers to lay in remembrance as well