King Charles III and his two sons, Prince William and Prince Harry, will walk together with other senior royals behind Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin as it is moved to the UK Parliament on Thursday.
- The Queen’s coffin has made its way from Scotland to London’s Buckingham Palace
- King Charles and all the senior members of the Windsor royal family are in attendance
- It is the first time the royal family have all been together since their matriarch died
The Queen’s coffin was taken to Edinburgh for a series of ceremonies after her death at Balmoral before it was flown to London late on Tuesday local time.
Her body is now at Buckingham Palace where King Charles and all the senior members of the Windsor royal family have gathered.
It is the first time the royal family have all been together since their matriarch died.
Tens of thousands lined the streets of London in driving rain to watch as the Queen’s oak coffin, covered by the Royal Standard flag, was taken by the state hearse from an air force base to the palace.
Inside the palace to receive it were her children, grandchildren and their spouses, along with the children of Elizabeth’s late sister Margaret.
The coffin was taken overnight to the Bow Room where chaplains are keeping watch over it.
On Wednesday afternoon local time, the Imperial State Crown will be placed on top, along with a…