Queen Elizabeth II’s state funeral in London brought together heads of state from around the world, and her coffin procession continued from Westminster Abbey to Windsor on Monday afternoon. Crowds lined the Long Walk to Windsor Castle and a committal service was held in St George’s Chapel. Later on, the Royal Family privately said goodbye to the monarch as she was laid to rest with her beloved husband, Prince Philip.
Where is the Queen buried?
The Queen’s coffin has been interred in the George VI Memorial Chapel located within St George’s Chapel, Windsor.
The Queen’s husband Prince Philip’s coffin has now been reunited with the Queen’s.
Also buried within the George VI Memorial Chapel are the Queen’s beloved father King George VI and her mother Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother.
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The stone lists ‘George VI 1895-1952’, ‘Elizabeth 1900-2002’, ‘Elizabeth II 1926 – 2022’ and ‘Philip 1921 – 2021’.
The King George VI Memorial Chapel is a pale stone annexe that was added in 1969 to the north side of the Chapel, behind the North Quire Aisle.
St George’s Chapel has been used for many royal occasions over the centuries, including funerals and weddings.
Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank married there in 2018, as did Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Within the Frogmore estate of Windsor’s Home Park lies the Royal Burial Ground.
Relations of the Queen buried there include her uncles: The former King Edward VIII, Prince George, Duke of Kent and Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester.
The Royal Mausoleum on the grounds of Frogmore is where Queen Victoria and her husband Prince Albert were buried.
Former monarchs have also been buried in Westminster Abbey, including Henry VII, Edward VI, Elizabeth I and Anne.