Queen's Burial: The Queen's casket finally lowered into the vault of St. George's Chapel to rest with her parents and beloved Philip.

The Queen's casket is lowered into the vault of St. George's Chapel to rest with her parents and beloved Philip.


 After the Queen's crown, orb, and sceptre were removed from her coffin so she may enter her grave "as a humble Christian soul," her casket was lowered into the Royal Vault in St. George's Chapel, where it will lay beside her loving husband Prince Philip.

In the vault of St. George's Chapel, Her Majesty returned to Windsor after her 70-year reign to be reunited with her husband, father, mother, and sister for all eternity to the lament of a lone piper.

The Queen's casket is lowered into the vault of St. George's Chapel to rest with her parents and beloved Philip.


At the conclusion of the brief service, the Royal Family stood as the Queen was gradually lowered into the royal crypt as the Dean of Windsor recited: "Go out upon thy journey from this earth, O Christian soul." He also offered the commendation, a prayer that asks God for mercy on the departed.

The Queen's casket is lowered into the vault of St. George's Chapel to rest with her parents and beloved Philip.


Dean had laid the Queen's crown and other crown jewels on the altar before she was lowered, and the Queen's staff of office was severed to mark the end of the monarch's active duty. The Garter King of Arms then declared the Queen's styles and titles before transferring full authority to her son, the King.


The Queen's casket is lowered into the vault of St. George's Chapel to rest with her parents and beloved Philip.


Her Majesty's protracted trip to her ultimate resting place will come to an end with her private interment today next to her "strength and stay Philip" where the King will sprinkle dirt on his mother's coffin at a private family service at 7.30 p.m.

Charles III, her children, and grandchildren, including Prince Harry and Prince William, had preceded Britain's longest-reigning monarch in the procession inside the ancient church.

The Queen's casket is lowered into the vault of St. George's Chapel to rest with her parents and beloved Philip.


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