What did King Carlos III write in the note he left on Isabel II’s coffin?


The note appeared Monday during Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral at Westiminster Abbey. It was carefully placed on the flower crown that accompanied the coffin of the deceased monarch.

The author of the message: King Carlos III. The note said: “In loving and devoted memory. Carlos R. The text was handwritten by the new British king. The “R” at the end is short for “Rex,” which stands for king in latin

The queen’s coffin was covered with the Royal Standard and State Symbols, which are the Imperial State Crown and insignia.

Additionally, the wreath was made up of flowers and cut foliage in the gardens of Buckingham Palace, Clarence House and Highgrove House. This is how King Carlos III wanted it. It sat in a nest of English moss and oak branches.

Queen Elizabeth II of England was buried this Monday in the Royal Crypt of St. George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle, London, after the third and last trade of the day attended by his closest relatives.

“The queen was buried next to the Duke of Edinburgh in the King George VI Memorial Chapel,” reported the British Royal Family in an official statement.

The last act of an intense day was banned from the press, so that hardly any details have emerged about how the remains of the queen were placed next to those of her husband, Felipe, who died in 2021 at 99 years of age. It is known that she has officiated the ceremony the Dean of Windsor.

Felipe was buried in a temporary place while waiting for their remains to rest together after the death of Elizabeth II, who he died last september 8 at Balmoral Castle in Scotland.

(With information from Europe Pressyes Aristegui News)

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