The coffin with the body of the British Queen Elizabeth II left Balmoral Palace, the summer royal residence in Scotland, where she died last Thursday at the age of 96, towards Edinburgh.
The funeral procession consisted of seven cars, in front of them was a car with a coffin wrapped in a royal Scottish flag, on which bouquets of roses were arranged.
The procession crossed the gates of Balmoral Palace shortly after 9 o’clock GMT, while the procession must travel about 300 km during the day through the Scottish countryside to reach Holyroodhouse Palace, the royal family’s official residence in Scotland. , and is located in Edinburgh, about three hours local time Greenwich.
The Queen’s coffin will also be flown to London on Tuesday evening.
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