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First image of Elizabeth II's tomb in St George's Chapel revealed on social media


On Friday September 23, a first image of the burial of Queen Elizabeth II was shared on social networks.

Elizabeth II passed away on September 8 at her Scottish home in Balmoral.

After twelve days of tributes, his funeral finally took place on September 19, in London.

After which, the 96-year-old monarch was buried in the privacy of St George's Chapel with her father King George VI, Queen Consort Elizabeth, as well as her late husband, Prince Philip, who died in April 2021. .

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If no image had since been shared, the faithful have published a first photo of the burial of the queen.

A black marble slab, engraved with the names of the three people resting in the tomb.

The photo was widely shared on social media.

There also appears the wreath of flowers composed by King Charles III, present on the sovereign's coffin on the day of the funeral.

family tomb

This image may well go down in history as it marks the first sight of Elizabeth II's name on the family tomb.

As reported by the

Daily Mail

, the last photo was taken in 2002, and showed only the gold letters of George VI and Queen Mother Elizabeth, who died aged 102, that same year.

Source: lefigaro

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