London: More than 10 lakh people are expected to come to pay their respects to the body of England's Queen Elizabeth, which has been kept in London. At the same time, it is said that the UK government has not sent invitations to 3 countries, including Russia, to participate in the Queen's funeral. Queen Elizabeth II of England passed away on the 8th due to poor health. His funeral will be held on the 19th at Westminster Abbey in London. The body was laid to rest at the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh on the 11th for the royal family and the people of Scotland to pay their respects. There they paid homage. Later, the Queen's body was flown to London yesterday afternoon in a Royal Air Force plane.
Later, the Queen's body was taken to Buckingham Palace. Subsequently, the Queen's body was placed in a carriage and carried with military honors in a 2km procession from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Abbey. On the coffin were the Kohinoor diamond-encrusted crown and scepter that he usually wore. People are paying their respects to the body, which has been placed in Westminster Abbey. Thousands of people who have been waiting for 3 days are going in line to pay their respects to the queen. People can pay tribute till 6.30 am on 19th. In this, it seems that 10 lakh people will pay tribute.
No invitation to Russia
* More than 500 world leaders attend the Queen's funeral. However, the UK government did not invite the leaders of Russia, Belarus and Myanmar.
*Gujarat-based painters Jignesh and Yash Patel live in West London. Both are creating a large-scale mural painting of the Queen.