Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II Funeral: A spider was seen crawling in the coffin during the funeral of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II. On social media, users saw the uninvited guest on a hand-written card placed in some beautiful flowers on top of the coffin of the Queen. The note appears to have been written by King Charles III. As the Queen’s coffin was taken to Westminster Abbey, those close to her followed her in procession.
According to a Metro report, the little green spider soon disappeared in the bouquet, but its pictures are now being circulated on Twitter and other social media platforms. One Twitter user asked, “Has anyone else seen a spider riding on Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin?”
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Presidents and royals from all over the world attended
It is worth mentioning that Queen Elizabeth II died on 8 September. On Monday, some of the world’s most powerful people gathered in London to bid farewell to Britain’s longest-reigning monarch. President Draupadi Murmu on Saturday paid her respects to Queen Elizabeth II on behalf of India and also met King Charles III.
Apart from these, US President Joe Biden and leaders of other countries have also reached London for the funeral of the Queen. About 500 royals, heads of state and government have been invited to the Queen’s funeral. Thousands of people lined the streets of London for a state funeral, which is being held in Britain for the first time in 57 years.
People paid tribute to their queen like this
One of the locals was quoted by the news agency Reuters as saying: “The queen had the specialty that she brought all the people together, so an appropriate way to end her rule, in which everyone would attend her funeral.” Let’s come together to see, some bowed their heads, others wiped their tears as they said goodbye to their British monarch.
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