Saturday, April 13, 2024
HomePop CultureQueen Elizabeth's Personal Staff Are Still "Incandescent With Grief" Over Her Death

Queen Elizabeth’s Personal Staff Are Still “Incandescent With Grief” Over Her Death

- Advertisement -

Since the world shed tears for Queen Elizabeth, her closest circle of personal staff are still broken-hearted. According to the reports of PEOPLE, a close source shares the way the team of Queen Elizabeth is grieving the monarch after her death on 8th September.

Buckingham Palace announced on 8th September, that the monarch “peacefully” died at the age of 96 at her adored Balmoral Castle situated in Scotland. In the cover story of this week a close source tells PEOPLE, at present, her loyal personal staff “are devastated.”

- Advertisement -

The insider says, “They are incandescent with grief. However much you are prepared for it, after a lifetime of service, it was still a terrible shock.”

Several members of the team had been working for the Queen for generation as well as they would have the chance to pay their respects on Monday at her funeral ceremony.

- Advertisement -

The solemn day commenced with a state funeral at Westminster Abbey at 11 a.m. It was a long hour service attended by more than 2,000 diplomats, dignitaries and members of the royal family.

From that place, the coffin will process on State Gun Carriage of the Royal Navy to the Wellington Arch in Hyde Park, where it will be loaded into the State Hearse. Also it would be driven an hour west to Windsor Castle.

- Advertisement -
King Charles III, Queen Camilla and the rest of the family will fill the church bench of St. George’s Chapel for a committal service around 4 p.m. Comparatively the event will be having a more closely acquainted feel than the state funeral. Over 800 people are expected to attend the event as per reports.

The guests who are attending the event at Westminster Abbey will not follow for the ceremony at Windsor rather the personal staff of the Queen and those who worked on her estates will be present at the smaller ceremony.

A lament in the honor of the queen will also be played by a personal piper of Queen Elizabeth in a heart touching tribute. Following the service wraps, the Queen’s family members will depart to Windsor Castle for a quiet reception.

Around 7:30 p.m the ceremony concluded, when Queen Elizabeth is buried confidentially in St. George’s Chapel.

She will be buried beside her 73-year-old Prince Philip, and near her sister, Princess Margaret, and her parents, King George VI and Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother.

- Advertisement -
- Advertisment -

Subscribe to get notified for latest news and updates

Latest Articles

More from author

- Advertisment -