Queen Elizabeth’s funeral latest news – Prince Harry and Meghan ‘return to US ASAP’ after final farewell to Queen

A royal expert said Prince Harry and Meghan “will return to the United States as soon as possible” after Queen Elizabeth was pushed to rest today.

The The Duke and Duchess of Sussex They extended their visit to the UK in early September after the dismal news of The death of the queen The nation shook on September 8 in the name of King Charles III Ascended to the throne.

Prince Harry And the MeganThey haven’t seen their two young children archeryand three and lilibone, in two weeks.

This means that the two point parents will fly Back to the United States as soon as possible, according to Telegraph reporter Victoria Ward.

They had already left Frogmore Cottage, just moments after the Queen’s funeral concluded with her burial.

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  • What is the date of the coronation of King Charles?

    Preparing for the coronation will take a tremendous amount of time and care.

    We’re not likely to see the coronation of King Charles III until the summer of next year.

    The late Queen ascended to the throne on February 6, 1952, but she was not crowned until June 1953.

  • Why don’t we see the Queen’s burial?

    After lying at a state funeral and at a very public funeral, this is the royal family’s chance to pay their respects in private.

    The burial of the Queen is a very intimate moment that only immediate members of the royal family will witness.

    It is held in the King George VI Memorial Chapel.

    The church was commissioned by the Queen in 1962, which was completed in 1969.

    Her father’s remains were placed there the following year.

  • David Beckham salutes the late Queen

    The former soccer player had queued up for 12 hours to pay his respects as the False Queen of the country.

    Take to Instagram to share a gif of the Queen’s funeral.

    He wrote in the caption: “Our Queen is Home.”

    He went on to say that the world had lost a “unique, inspiring and caring leader”.

  • Who will take care of the Queen’s dogs?

    The Queen had four adorable dogs at the time of her death.

    It has been confirmed that Prince Andrew and his ex-wife Sarraj Ferguson will take care of the late Queen’s dogs.

    Two corgis, Muick and Sandy, will go on to take care of the Queen’s son, as well as a dorgy called Candy and a spaniel called Lissy.

  • The Corgi Queen said goodbye to her beloved owner

    Two fine corgis waited with palace aides, as they joined in the funeral procession.

    Muick and Sandy bid their last farewell to the Queen.

    The two dogs sat patiently with palace aides, while they waited for the Queen to arrive for the commissioning service at St George’s Chapel.

    The dog staff members made a lot of pets, which were openly welcomed.

    Her dorje is called Candy, and Lissy spaniel has never been seen.

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  • Wait for the Queen’s horse, Emma, ​​the passing of the state

    Her Majesty was very fond of animals, especially horses and their beloved dogs.

    She made Windsor Castle one of her main residences, as the site provided green space and privacy for her to ride her horses.

    In solemn scenes this afternoon, the coffin of the Queen passed by her beloved pony Emma who was watching.

    Queen Emma rode well into her 90s, and Emma is said to be her favourite.

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  • An emotional elegy from Queen Piper

    When the Queen came down to the Royal Vault, her player played an amazing tune.

    Committal service closed early this evening.

  • In memory of our queen’s love

    The royal family published an unseen photo of the late Queen.

    In the photo, Queen Elizabeth is captured in the Scottish Highlands, one of her favorite holiday locations.

    It read: “The angels’ journeys sing to you for your comfort.”

  • King Charles sat in the same seat as his bereaved mother

    The Queen is buried today in St George’s Chapel.

    Today he sits in the same spot where his mother sat just 18 months ago, grieving the loss of her husband, Prince Philip.

    But the main difference is that King Charles was surrounded by 800 people, and the Queen had to sit alone for Prince Philip’s funeral.

    Her Majesty the Queen had to sit alone for Prince Philip’s funeral service on April 17, 2021, due to restrictions imposed at the time.

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  • Greetings from the Prince and Princess of Wales

    On Wales’ Twitter page, Prince William and Princess Kate shared a touching tribute to the Queen.

    It simply reads: “Farewell to the Queen, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother.”

  • The Queen’s funeral in the country captures the hearts of the world

    Prince William revealed that 63 per cent of the world watched the Queen’s funeral today.

    Take to Twitter to share the news, as 5.1 billion people made an effort to watch the funeral, no matter what time zone they’re in.

    William said: “The biggest single event that has ever been watched or streamed in history. And it was sheer perfection.”

    “It’s interesting to remember that #Queen Elizabeth IIThe coronation was the first truly international television event.

    “The ratings for this event have been used as a benchmark for years, as this rating will now be.”

  • Meghan Markle’s “thoughtful” outfit at the Queen’s funeral

    The Duchess of Sussex kept her ensemble simple for the Queen’s funeral.

    It appears Meghan wore a black version of the headdress she wore for the Queen’s birthday.

    She incorporated a similar hat she wore for the Queen’s jubilee, and included dainty pearl earrings, which the Queen gave her as a gift for her first-ever royal engagement.

  • Did Prince Harry sing the national anthem?

    Mourners at the Queen’s funeral believe they saw Prince Harry sound taut during the national anthem.

    While the others sang, God save the King, the King’s son, who was standing right behind his father, did not seem to utter a word.

    Fans took to Twitter to discuss the embarrassing moment.

    Someone came to Harry’s defense, as the Prince seemed to be trying to return tears.

    One on Twitter: “He was singing like Megan was. I picked a short clip where he doesn’t open his mouth wide but you can see if you look closely he is.

    “Just like William if you watched him. It’s really pathetic trying to pick everything he does.”

  • David Beckham salutes the late Queen

    The former soccer player had queued up for 12 hours to pay his respects as the False Queen of the country.

    Take to Instagram to share a gif of the Queen’s funeral.

    “Our Queen is Home,” he wrote in the caption.

    He went on to say that the world had lost a “unique, inspiring and caring leader”.

  • Princes William and Harry were deeply affected by the Queen’s funeral

    King Charles and his two sons seemed very moved by Her Majesty’s funeral.

    Leslie Garvin MBE, director of Blind Veterans UK, told People: “They were blushing. You can see that William and Harry and King Charles were really touched.”

    “I was really, really emotionally affected by the whole thing, and it really affected me.

    “Obviously they’ve been keeping it together, but when you’re so close to someone you can really feel and see it, and I think that maybe that was just…it was human. It was a real human emotion.”

  • King Charles gloomy in the service of Her Majesty

    King Charles looked gloomy as his mother was buried in Windsor this afternoon.

    The Queen will join her beloved Prince Philip at the King George VI Memorial Chapel in the Royal Vault.

  • What is the date of the coronation of King Charles?

    Preparing for the coronation will take a tremendous amount of time and care.

    We’re not likely to see the coronation of King Charles III until the summer of next year.

    The late Queen ascended to the throne on February 6, 1952, but she was not crowned until June 1953.

  • Why don’t we see the Queen’s burial?

    After lying at a state funeral and at a very public funeral, this is the royal family’s chance to pay their respects in private.

    The burial of the Queen is a very intimate moment that only immediate members of the royal family will witness.

    It is held in the King George VI Memorial Chapel.

    The church was commissioned by the Queen in 1962, which was completed in 1969.

    Her father’s remains were placed there the following year.

  • The Queen’s private burial begins

    After landing Her Majesty in the Royal Vault, the burial service will be completely her own.

    This intimate ceremony sees the immediate family invited to participate in the King George VI Memorial Chapel.

    Prince Philip’s coffin will be moved to the vicinity, where the Queen can be laid to rest with her late husband.

    She will also be surrounded by her family, her mother, her father, King George VI, and her sister, Princess Margaret.

  • Prince Harry did not pay tribute to the memorial in London today

    The Queen’s grandson served two tours in Afghanistan when he was a soldier in the armed forces.

    He had to attend the Queen’s funeral in civilian dress, as he was no longer a working royal.

    Since Prince Harry was not in his uniform, he was unable to join the salute.

  • King Charles fought back tears as the Queen was lowered into the royal vault

    The King’s mother, Queen Elizabeth, finally met her beloved husband, Prince Philip.

    He stood in silence, resisting his tears, while the royal family and Britain said goodbye to Queen Elizabeth.

  • What is the “office stick” and why did it crash?

    At the end of the Queen’s funeral, Lord Chamberlain broke the wand and placed it in her coffin.

    The wand was used by Lord Chamberlain to warn the people of being too noisy in the king’s court.

    Lord Chamberlain Andrew Parker is responsible for organizing weddings, funerals and state visits for the royal family.

    He takes on the largest role in the palace, and breaking the wand symbolizes the end of his role with the Queen.

    King Charles will appoint Lord Chamberlain.

  • Personal note from King Charles to the Queen at her funeral

    A note was spotted above the queen’s sarcophagus, amid a sentimental floral arrangement.

    The arrangement was commissioned by the King, with flowers hand-cut from Balmoral including roses, myrtle, and rosemary.

    In his simple and poignant note, Charles wrote: “In loving and sincere memory. Charles R.”

    The king signed his note with the letter “R” which stands for “Rex”, Latin for “King”.

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  • Who will take care of the Queen’s dogs?

    The Queen had four adorable dogs at the time of her death.

    It has been confirmed that Prince Andrew and his ex-wife Sarraj Ferguson will take care of the late Queen’s dogs.

    Two corgis, Muick and Sandy, will go on to take care of the Queen’s son, as well as a dorgy called Candy and a spaniel called Lissy.

  • The Corgi Queen bids farewell to her beloved owner

    Two fine corgis waited with palace aides, as they joined in the funeral procession.

    Muick and Sandy bid their last farewell to the Queen.

    The two dogs sat patiently with palace aides, while they waited for the Queen to arrive for the commissioning service at St George’s Chapel.

    The dog staff members made a lot of pets, which were openly welcomed.

    Her dorje is called Candy, and Lissy spaniel has never been seen.

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