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What will happen after the death of the Queen of Great Britain? What is the London Bridge Plan?


After the Queen of Great Britain Elizabeth II left the world at the age of 96, the long-planned “Operation London Bridge” has begun to be implemented — Photo: File

After the death of Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain at the age of 96 years, the implementation of the long-planned “Operation London Bridge” has begun.

Regarding this plan, Washington Post’s London bureau chief William Booth says that after the death of the Queen of Great Britain, the House of Windsor and the royal palace will be mobilized for the rapid implementation of the plan.

Under the London Bridge Plan, the day the Queen dies will be named “D-Day” and her personal secretary will ask the Prime Minister to announce that “London Bridge is Down.” shall be deemed to mean the announcement of the death of the Queen of Great Britain.

The Queen’s personal secretary will ask the Prime Minister to announce that “London Bridge is down,” a phrase that will be interpreted as an announcement of the Queen’s death — Photo: File

The news will then be shared with Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Belize, the islands of Jamaica, St. Lucia, St. Winston, the Grenadines, the Bahamas, Antigua and Barbuda, among other countries that were patronized by the Queen of Great Britain.

After informing these nations, the news of the Queen’s death will be communicated to the countries that are part of the Commonwealth of Nations with Great Britain.

The news would later be announced to the Press Association of Great Britain and the international media, as well as a rare national emergency siren on the BBC, where all anchors would be dressed in black and BB C’s red logo will be blacked out in mourning.

Buckingham Palace employees and officials will also be dressed in black and a representative will display a sign outside Buckingham Palace with the message of the death of the Queen of Great Britain — Photo: File
Buckingham Palace employees and officials will also be dressed in black and a representative will display a sign outside Buckingham Palace with the message of the death of the Queen of Great Britain — Photo: File

Buckingham Palace staff and officials will also be dressed in black and a representative will display a sign outside Buckingham Palace announcing the death of the Queen and the same royal message will also be posted on the royal family’s website.

All flags will be flown at half-mast and bells will be rung throughout the city, Prince Charles, the Queen’s eldest son, will become unofficial head of state and will make his first speech as emperor on the evening of the Queen’s death. .

Charles will officially become king the day after the Queen's death — Photo: File
Charles will officially become king the day after the Queen’s death — Photo: File

Charles’s coronation and flag-raising will be carried out if the Queen of Great Britain dies in London, but if the Queen dies outside the British capital, then the flag will be raised again at 11 a.m. will be hoisted and Charles will officially become King the day after his death.

Charles’ first duty as head of state after becoming king will be to visit Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales to attend events in honor of his mother.

After returning to London, Westminster Hall will be closed for funeral preparations and cleaning.

Four days after the death of the Queen of Great Britain, a procession will be taken out from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Hall, where the body of the Queen will be kept for four days.

Four days after the death of the Queen of Great Britain, a procession will be taken out from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Hall, where the body of the Queen will be kept for four days.
Four days after the death of the Queen of Great Britain, a procession will be taken out from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Hall, where the body of the Queen will be kept for four days.

When the dignitaries visit her body, the public will then be allowed to pay their last respects to their queen and express their love for her, with millions expected to attend.

Nine days after her death, her funeral will be performed, the bells will be covered with leather and the bells will be rung softly in the city, and then the body of the Queen of Great Britain will be taken to Westminster Abbey where at 11 am The last rites will be performed.

Around 2,000 mourners will attend the Queen’s funeral and the public will be able to watch her funeral on live TV and the faces of members of the royal family will be shown during prayers.

The body of the Queen of Great Britain will then be taken to Westminster Abbey where her last rites will be performed at 11 a.m. — Photo: File
The body of the Queen of Great Britain will then be taken to Westminster Abbey where her last rites will be performed at 11 a.m. — Photo: File

After the funeral, the Queen’s body will be taken to Windsor Castle, where she will be buried alongside her father, King George VI, and her late husband.

According to William Booth, after the death of the Queen of Great Britain, all these rituals will continue for 10 days, all these rituals have been arranged very well by the House of Windsor. How to perform commemorative rituals on this occasion.

After the funeral, the Queen's body will be taken to Windsor Castle, where she will be buried alongside her father, King George VI, and her late husband — Photo: File
After the funeral, the Queen’s body will be taken to Windsor Castle, where she will be buried alongside her father, King George VI, and her late husband — Photo: File

Shortly after the announcement of the Queen’s ill health, BBC suspended its traditional programming until 6pm and members of the royal family left for Balmoral Castle, where the Queen was spending her summer holidays.

Members of the royal family left for Balmoral Castle, where the Queen was spending her summer vacation, shortly after the Queen of Great Britain announced her illness — Photo: File
Members of the royal family left for Balmoral Castle, where the Queen was spending her summer vacation, shortly after the Queen of Great Britain announced her illness — Photo: File

Prince William has gone to Scotland, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are in London to attend the Wellchild Awards ceremony, but their spokespeople have confirmed that they are also on their way to Balmoral.

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