September 27, 2022
Queen Elizabeth II Funeral Queue
Queen Elizabeth II Funeral, thousands of people waited in endless lines all night long so they could pay their respects to the coffin of Her Majesty The Queen.
 
The Palace of Westminster opened to the public on Wednesday at 5 p.m. local time and will remain open twenty-four hours a day until September 19 at 6:30 a.m.
 
Fans of the royal family waited patiently in a line wrapped around the center of the capital, even though they had been told it would take 30 hours.
 
Some people even slept on the street overnight in the rain to get to the front of the line. By Thursday night, the line was almost 5 miles long, and people thought they would have to wait for about 8 hours. In the next few days, as the weekend got closer, it was expected to be as long as 10 miles.
 
Officials from the government said they couldn’t say for sure how many people would want to see the Queen’s coffin but they thought it would be around 750,000.
 
On Thursday, September 15, 2022, a live tracking map for people who want to wait in line to settle their regards to Queen Elizabeth II shows that the line is getting close to 5 miles long.
 
The public can’t see the Queen’s body, but they can walk close to her closed coffin, which is covered with the Royal Standard flag.
 
The UK government has put a live queue tracker on YouTube so that people can follow it.
 
People in line are asked not to save a spot for someone else or leave their things unattended. Tents are also not a good idea.
 
Queen Elizabeth II was the monarch who ruled Britain the longest. The UK will be in mourning for ten days, and the day of her funeral will be a holiday for everyone.
People waiting in night for Queen Funeral
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FAQ on Queen Elizabeth II

How was Queen Elizabeth II?

Queen Elizabeth II was the longest serving queen of England.

When Did Queen Elizabeth II Died?

Queen Elizabeth II Died on September 8, 2022, due to her ill health at Buckingham Palace.

Will the Queens coffin be opened for viewing?

The public will be able to see the Queen’s coffin 24 hours a day for the last four and a half days before her funeral.

 

Conclusion

The Palace of Westminster opened to the public on Wednesday at 5 p.m. local time. The public can’t see the Queen’s body, but they can walk close to her closed coffin. The UK government has put a live queue tracker on YouTube so that people can follow it.

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