Following the Queen’s private funeral, the royal family made an unpublished photograph of her public. The Queen may be seen hiking on the Scottish moorlands surrounding the castle in the 1971 photograph, which was likely taken at Balmoral, one of her favorite locations in the UK. Shakespeare’s famous line, “May flights of Angels sing thee to thy rest,” was used as the image’s description on social media.
“in Enduring Tribute to Her Majesty the Queen.
“1926 – 2022.” The adage was used by King Charles III as a closing statement to his inaugural television speech as the new king. The Queen was interred at the King George VI Memorial Chapel at Windsor Castle with her late husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, and both of her parents. The photograph was just made public.
‘May flights of Angels sing thee to thy rest.’
In loving memory of Her Majesty The Queen.
1926 – 2022 pic.twitter.com/byh5uVNDLq
— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) September 19, 2022
Only close family members attended the funeral service, which was led by the Dean of Windsor. The commitment service, which took place at the chapel earlier in the day and ended with the Queen’s coffin being lowered into the Royal Vault, was attended by some 800 people.
Queen’s Formal Funeral Earlier in The Day at Westminster Abbey
2,000 guests, including foreign monarchs and dignitaries, attended the Queen’s formal funeral earlier in the day at Westminster Abbey in the heart of London.
The Archbishop of Canterbury spoke during the service and said that the Queen was a “joyful figure for many” and had touched “a multitude of lives.”The outpouring of grief, said to Justin Welby, “arises from her bountiful life and loving service, now gone from us.”
“People of loving service are scarce in any field of life,” he declared. It is still uncommon to find servant leaders.However, in every situation, people who serve will be cherished and remembered whereas those who hold on to positions of authority and privilege are forgotten.”Her abundant life and loving service, which are now gone from us, are the cause of the pain of this day, which affects not just the late Queen’s family but the entire nation, Commonwealth, and world.
She “was happy, present to so many, impacting countless lives.”