Queen Elizabeth death mourning: Dies at 96

Queen Elizabeth death mourning | A plan has been put in place for what will happen when Queen Elizabeth passes away. Operation London Bridge is the name of the operation.

Originally developed in the 1960s, it is not a secret plan. Information about the manner in which the news of the death is to be communicated, the period of mourning, the funeral, and succession plans are included in this document. 

She will be informed of her passing by her private secretary, who will call the prime minister and say, “London Bridge is down.” 

She will be memorialized by the press association after her passing. During this time, all flags in the UK will be lowered to half-staff and the news of his passing will be displayed outside Buckingham Palace.   

The BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation), which is the national broadcaster of the United Kingdom, will activate an alarm for national emergency.

Queen Elizabeth Funeral & Obituary

The funeral ceremony will take place at Westminster Hall. The funeral is scheduled for the ninth day. Four days after her death, her body will be taken from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Hall. For the next four days, she will lie in state for public homage, beginning with the important and ending with the commoners. At Windsor Castle, the queen will be buried next to her husband, Prince Philip, and her father, King George VI.

The longest-serving monarch in history is Queen Elizabeth II, who ascended the throne on Feb 6, 1952, following the death of her father. According to Succession Operation London Bridge, the queen’s death could take place anywhere in the world. The queen is now in her Scottish residence, Balmoral Castle, which means that a day after her passing, Charles, the Prince of Wales, will become king, and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, will become queen.