Unseen photo of Queen Elizabeth II released by U.K. Royal Family

The picture launched after her funeral exhibits the Queen, strolling stick in hand, traversing moorland

The picture launched after her funeral exhibits the Queen, strolling stick in hand, traversing moorland

The U.Okay.’s Royal Household has launched a beforehand unseen {photograph} of Queen Elizabeth II after she was laid to rest in a private burial.

The Queen, Britain’s longest-reigning monarch, was laid to relaxation alongside her late husband Prince Philip in a non-public burial at St George’s Chapel on Monday after the pomp and pageantry of an imposing state funeral at Westminster Abbey.

Earlier than the burial, some 800 visitors attended a committal service in St George’s, which concluded with the crown, orb and sceptre, symbols of the Queen’s energy and governance, being faraway from the coffin and positioned on the altar.

The picture launched by the Royal Household on Monday after the funeral was taken at Balmoral in 1971, with the caption typically borrowed from Shakespeare’s Hamlet: “Might flights of Angels sing thee to thy relaxation.” King Charles III referenced the road throughout a televised handle following his mom’s demise, the BBC reported.

“In loving reminiscence of Her Majesty The Queen. 1926 – 2022.” The picture exhibits the Queen, strolling stick in hand, traversing moorland. She is sporting a headband and sun shades and has a coat draped over her arm.

The Royal Household will observe one other week of mourning for the Queen after the funeral, the Sky Information reported.

The household just isn’t anticipated to hold out official engagements, and flags at royal residences will stay at half-mast till 8am after the ultimate day of royal mourning.

Nonetheless, flags on non-royal buildings have been slowly being returned to full-mast on Tuesday following the top of the interval of nationwide mourning.


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