The figurine of the late Queen Elizabeth has become this year the most prized to adorn the traditional Nativity Scene in the Italian city of Naples, which every year includes the most outstanding personalities in global news of the last twelve months.
The Princess Royal visited Portsmouth Naval Base on Thursday to offer her personal thanks to sailors involved in Her Majesty the Queen’s funeral. Princess Anne spoke to the men and women about their role hauling the State Ceremonial Gun Carriage bearing the Queen’s coffin and lining the streets of London and Windsor.
Following the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the proclamation of King Charles III the Falkland Islands Government would like to reassure the public that all existing notes and coins with the face of Her Majesty will remain legal tender for some time. This will also be the case for all existing stamps.
Queen Elizabeth II was buried in a private service Monday evening at Windsor Castle, following a week of events that marked the death of Britain’s longest-serving monarch, and which was televised to the world.
British mourners Monday saw Queen Elizabeth II's casket parade through London one last time before being lowered into the royal vault at Windsor Castle.
US President Joseph Biden said during this weekend in London that “we all owe something” to Queen Elizabeth II, who reminded him of his own mother.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro was among the world leaders to sign the book of condolences in London for Queen Elizabeth II's death. The South American ruler is expected to take part in Monday's funeral and then head on to New York for the United Nations General Assembly.
In total, approximately 5,949 United Kingdom Armed Forces personnel will have deployed on ceremonial duties throughout the course of Operation London Bridge, the codename for the state funeral plan of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
The Falklands Legislative Assembly will be holding a Motion of Condolence for Her Majesty the Queen at the Court and Assembly Chambers, Friday 16 September, 09:00 hours.
At least six Royal Gibraltar Police officers are in London to assist Metropolitan Police manpower with policing duties in connection with events of the state funeral of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.