A double rainbow appeared over London close to Buckingham Palace and Elizabeth Tower on Thursday as crowds gathered to pay their respects to the Queen.
Queen Elizabeth II, who ascended to the throne in 1952 and was England’s longest reigning British monarch, died at Balmoral Citadel, her nation property in Scotland.
Crowds began gathering at Buckingham Palace earlier on Thursday after the palace introduced that the Queen’s medical doctors have been “involved for Her Majesty’s well being.”
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The Queen celebrated a Platinum Jubilee in June to mark 70 years of service to the folks of the UK, Realms and the Commonwealth.
Prince Charles, 73, mechanically turns into the king, although his coronation may not happen for months.
“The loss of life of my beloved Mom, Her Majesty The Queen, is a second of the best disappointment for me and all members of my household,” Charles stated on Thursday.
“I do know her loss will likely be deeply felt all through the nation, the Realms and the Commonwealth, and by numerous folks world wide.”
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Prince Charles traveled with different members of the Royal household to Balmoral Citadel on Thursday.