Also, tonight the Queen’s youngsters stood vigil at Westminster Hall.
Princess Anne as she arrived at Westminster tonight.
The King and his siblings as they had been about to enter the corridor.
Here you see all 4 in formation earlier than they stroll to their locations.
And as they stroll to the platform with the catafalque holding the coffin.
Princess Anne grew to become the primary lady to be a part of the “Vigil of the Princes.”
More from this People story.
Just after 7:30 p.m. native time, the siblings joined the King’s Body Guards to ceremoniously shield the Queen’s coffin because it laid in state, draped within the Royal Standard and topped with the Imperial Crown.
After taking their positions — King Charles at one finish, Prince Andrew on the opposite with Princess Anne and Prince Edward on both facet — they bowed their heads.
From The Guardian’s coverage.
King Charles, red-eyed and blinking, took up his place on the head of the coffin, the Princess Royal and Earl of Wessex to every facet of it, and the Duke of York at its foot.
Slowly, and in unison, they turned outwards. Then they stood, backs to the coffin, immobile, heads bowed.
This was her youngsters’s closing poignant ceremonial tribute to a mom, and their Queen, earlier than her state funeral on Monday. And, like so many different events over the previous week, a deeply non-public second performed out so very publicly.
Mourners continued to stream by because the Queen’s youngsters stood by her coffin.
Watching from the balcony along side Westminster Hall, royal members of the family. In this screengrab, you may see the Queen Consort, the Wessex youngsters, Vice Admiral Sir Tim Laurence, the Tindalls (Lena, Mike, and Zara), and the Duke of Gloucester.
Sophie, Countess of Wessex.
Another view of the household attending tonight.
This picture provides you a way of how immense the corridor is.
The Queen’s youngsters as they left the ground tonight after their 15-minute vigil.
And head again up the steps.
Tomorrow there can be a vigil of Her Majesty’s grandchildren. Victoria Murphy gives extra on what we will count on in this Town and Country story.
Tomorrow, Prince William can be joined by his brother Harry and their six cousins because the Queen’s eight grandchildren out a vigil round her coffin. William can be on the head with Zara Tindall and Peter Phillips, whereas Harry can be on the foot of the coffin alongside Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie. Lady Louise and her brother James, Viscount Severn, can be both facet of the center of the coffi
We flip now to the Pirbright go to.
The royals arrived round 3:30 pm at Army Training Centre Pirbright in Surrey, about 30 miles from London.
They had been there to thank troops from Canada, Australia, and New Zealand deployed for the State Funeral on Monday.
Another view of the Princess.
A fast video.
The Prince and Princess of Wales have arrived on the Army Training Centre Pirbright to satisfy Commonwealth troops participating within the State Funeral of the Queen. @ForcesNews pic.twitter.com/hF7FBKq8Vi
— Claire Sadler (@ClaireBFBS) September 16, 2022
From The Daily Mail’s story:
Pirbright is performing as a holding space for service personnel primarily based exterior London, the place troops can prepare, eat and sleep earlier than shifting into the capital to ship ‘ceremonial help’ to the funeral’.
The centre homes 750 service personnel throughout Defence, and Commonwealth Realm Defence Forces and has beforehand been used for troopers concerned in The Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral and the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
The Princess shares amusing with the troops.
This can also be the ability the place the Duchess of Cambridge frolicked final November seeing how recruits are skilled and participating in some coaching herself.
Photos of her on the base had been launched in June to mark Armed Forces Day.
Sixty-four troops from Canada, 28 from Australia, and 25 from New Zealand are collaborating within the State Funeral.
From this Forces News story:
William and Kate met troops from the Royal Australian Artillery, the Royal Australian Engineers, the Royal Australian Ordinance Corps, the Royal Australian Infantry, the Royal Australian Air Force Reserves and the Royal Australian Navy.
Sixty-four members of the Canadian Armed Forces may even be concerned within the funeral. The Prince and Princess of Wales had been in a position to meet with troops from the forty eighth Highlanders of Canada, the Governor General’s Foot Guard, the Régiment de la Chaudière, and the Canadian Armed Forces Legal Branch.
There are additionally 25 members of the New Zealand Defence Force taking part in a supporting position.This consists of troops from the Royal New Zealand Armoured Corps, the Corps of Royal New Zealand Engineers, the Royal New Zealand Air Force and Royal New Zealand Navy, who additionally had an opportunity to satisfy the Royal couple.
The Prince and Princess of Wales contrasted the feelings related to Monday’s funeral with the joyous revelry of the Platinum Jubilee simply three brief months in the past.
William described the “highs and lows” of each events, whereas Kate stated it had been was “very unusual” to take care of such completely different occasions “inside such a small area of time”.
The Princess of Wales… spoke to the troopers about dealing with an absence of sleep amid their lengthy days and nights making ready for his or her roles.
New Zealand troops welcomed them with a conventional Haka, the ceremonial Māori dance.
The of us at Royal Central shared a video.
Troops from New Zealand carry out the Haka for the Prince & Princess of Wales. pic.twitter.com/yRSKZsovGd
— Royal Central (@RoyalCentral) September 16, 2022
Like 1000’s of different UK and Commonwealth navy personnel, the troops at Pirbright have been working towards for his or her roles in Monday’s occasions.
We study extra from Victoria Murphy’s Town and Country story.
The go to got here because it was introduced that roughly 6,000 service personnel from all three branches of the Armed Forces and from throughout the Commonwealth can be concerned within the processions earlier than and after Monday’s funeral. The Queen’s coffin can be pulled on the State Ceremonial Gun Carriage by members of the Royal Navy, a convention because the 1901 funeral of Queen Victoria. Royal Canadian Mounted Police—or “Mounties” as they’re identified—will lead the procession by London after the service from Westminster Abbey to Wellington Arch.
We return to The Telegraph’s coverage.
Prince William advised troopers he thought the Queen could be “trying down on Monday, hoping all of it goes nicely”.
He made the remarks whereas talking to New Zealand troopers who’ve been seconded particularly for his grandmother’s funeral on Monday.
More from The Telegraph.
Corporal Greg Gifford, 31, of the Royal New Zealand Infantry, advised the PA information company: “Prince William stated the Queen could be trying down and finding out the the small print of the troopers and the precision of the drill, which he stated she actually used to love.
“It is such an unlimited honour to be right here. William and Kate are fantastic, so serious about us and we’re thanking us for coming over for the event. My mom can be watching on tv and crying with pleasure.”
Another view of the Princess of Wales.
As anticipated, she was in black once more. The King has stated the household’s mourning interval would proceed for every week after the funeral.
a brand new coat that appeared like many Alexander McQueen types she has worn beforehand. Catherine Walker can also be a powerful risk. UPDATED: With huge thanks to Antonelle for her remark pointing it out, the coat appears to be like just like the Catherine Walker design worn for Remembrance Sunday 2020 with the perimeter faraway from the epaulets. The Princess wore the Queen’s Silver Jubilee earrings once more and carried her Mulberry Amberley purse. She had on a brand new pair of Russell & Bromley heels. That data is through the always-brilliant Carly of Kate Middleton Style, who thinks the heels appear to be the 100 Point Blade type.
The King and Queen Consort spent a superb a part of the day in Wales. They attended a Service of Prayer and Reflection at Llandaff Cathedral, Cardiff.
The King addressed the Welsh Parliament.
More from the BBC’s coverage.
He addressed members of the Welsh Parliament in a remembrance occasion on the Senedd as a part of the King and Queen Consort’s tour of the UK nations. In a bilingual speech, King Charles gave the Senedd his “heartfelt thanks to your sort phrases”.
He added that it had been a “privilege to be Prince of Wales for thus lengthy”. The King stated Prince William, who was appointed Prince of Wales final week, had a “deep love” for the nation, he added.
And the couple greeted well-wishers at Cardiff Castle. Here is a short video.
Today, Their Majesties The King and The Queen Consort are in Cardiff, Wales.
Heddiw y mae’r Brenin a’r Frenhines Gydweddog yng Nghaerdydd, Cymru. pic.twitter.com/shYwYAQqNB
— The Royal Family (@RoyalFamily) September 16, 2022
The King additionally addressed religion leaders from throughout the UK at a reception tonight.
From his remarks to the group:
The beliefs that flourish in, and contribute to, our richly numerous society differ. They, and our society, can solely thrive by a transparent collective dedication to these important rules of freedom of conscience, generosity of spirit and take care of others that are, to me, the essence of our nationhood. I’m decided, as King, to protect and promote these rules throughout all communities, and for all beliefs, with all my coronary heart.
Today the Earl and Countess of Wessex checked out flowers and playing cards left at Windsor.
The floral tributes and different objects proceed to be left at all the royal residences.
The Earl thanks folks gathered at Windsor.
The pair as they head again inside.
Today Prince Edward launched an announcement in regards to the lack of his mom.
We have been overwhelmed by the tide of emotion that has engulfed us and the sheer quantity of people that have gone out of their strategy to categorical their very own love, admiration and respect to such a really particular and distinctive one that was at all times there for us. And now, we’re there for her, united in grief. Thank you to your help, you haven’t any thought how a lot it means.
The Queen’s passing has left an unimaginable void in all our lives. Sophie and I’ve taken large pleasure in seeing our James and Louise having fun with the locations and actions that their grandparents beloved a lot. Given that my mama allow us to spend a lot time along with her, I feel she additionally moderately loved watching these passions blossom. Those instances collectively, these pleased reminiscences, have now change into massively valuable to every certainly one of us.
One matter I’ve uncared for due to time constraints: The Queue. That is the road to see HM Lying-In-State at Westminster Hall. The Queue may be very, very lengthy, reaching greater than 5 miles at instances. Below, folks in line in a single day.
As I write, the wait is greater than nineteen hours, in line with Her Majesty The Queen’s Lying-In-State Queue Tracker. At some factors, it has been 24 hours.
A short video provides an aerial view.
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At one level immediately, the Queue was closed. The scene at Jubilee Gardens immediately.
Mourners stated there was “breath-taking” serenity awaiting them in Westminster Hall the place “you might hear a pin drop” within the silence.
There was a tinge of unhappiness, overwhelming quantities of respect and plenty of good-natured chatter as strangers rapidly constructed friendships with these strolling beside them for a lot of the day.
Fiona Holloran, 34, wept as she left Westminster Hall after paying her respects to the Queen. The Londoner stated: “It was very shifting to see the vigil round her – I used to be slightly bit shocked at how a lot it struck me.” The PhD scholar, who queued since 6.30am along with her child strapped to her in a provider, stated the wait had been “price it”.
“It’s pretty that everybody has only a second to themselves – nobody was pushing.”
On the left, you may see Chelsea Pensioners as they paid their respects.
A message in regards to the Queue and HM from All on the Board.
Below, folks in line in Southwark Park this night.
Tonight, temperatures are anticipated to be within the mid-40s. This was the message posted by the DCMS on Twitter as I up to date the weblog round 8:30.
A reminder a dwell feed of the Lying-is-State is accessible 24 hours a day.
The Queen is Lying in State in Westminster Hall in London for five days, from Wednesday evening until Monday 19 September at 6.30am, ahead of the state funeral which will take place on Monday morning. During these five days, ITV News will bring you a continuous live stream of this Lying in State, as members of the public pay their respects.
Sky News gives full protection (about 13 minutes) of tonight’s vigil.
The Queen’s children have once again stood vigil over their mother’s coffin while members of the public looked on.
The Royal Family Channel has protection of the household at tonight’s vigil.
The Royal Family Channel has protection of the Pirbright go to.
The Prince and Princess of Wales have visited an Army Training Centre in Surrey to meet with troops from the Commonwealth who have been deployed to the UK to take part in the state funeral of Her Majesty The Queen.
This Royal Family Channel video provides you an thought of simply how lengthy the road is and what number of are keen to make the journey.
Like 1000’s of others, David Beckham spent 12 hours in line to pay his respects to Her Majesty.
David Beckham was among thousands who have travelled to pay their respects to the late Queen Elizabeth II. The football star told ITV News he had been queuing for more than 12 hours, as he explained why it was important to him to see Her Majesty Lying in State.