The Queen is Dead! 10 days of mourning Operation London Bridge

Now Charles will be king, imagine a monarchy because of your bloodline. UK should just put an end to the Royal family, stop supporting a whole family in riches and crowns. The time is now.

Numerous commemorations are planned from moments of silence to military gun salutes and remembrances in honor of Elizabeth.

 The U.K. government’s plan for what will happen in the days after the death of Queen Elizabeth II — codenamed Operation LONDON BRIDGE and long shrouded in secrecy — can now be revealed, although researcher’s knew this.


In the hours after the queen’s death, a “call cascade” will take place informing the prime minister, the cabinet secretary (Britain’s highest-ranking civil servant) and a number of the most senior ministers and officials. The PM will be informed by the queen’s private secretary, who will also tell the Privy Council Office, which coordinates government work on behalf of the monarch.

Internally, the day will be referred to as “D-Day.” Each following day leading up to the funeral will be referred to as “D+1,” “D+2” and so on.

The royal household will issue an “official notification” delivering the news to the public.

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Day 1

From the moment of Elizabeth’s death in Balmoral Castle in Scotland, Charles officially became the monarch of the United Kingdom of Britain and Northern Ireland, plus the head of state of Commonwealth countries such as Australia and Canada.

Space is being allocated outside of Buckingham Palace, the British monarch’s administrative headquarters, for flowers and other tributes from the public, before they are then gathered and taken to a designated floral tribute area in the adjacent Green Park.

Week 1

Elizabeth’s body is brought from Scotland to Buckingham Palace in London. A ceremonial procession carries her coffin to Westminster. She lies in state at Westminster Hall for three days, during which the public can visit for 23 hours of each day.

As final funeral preparations are being made in London, Charles travels to Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales, visiting leaders in the United Kingdom.


The state funeral itself will be held at Westminster Abbey.

There will be a two minutes’ silence across the nation at midday.

Processions will take place in London and Windsor.

There will be a committal service in St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle, and the queen will be buried in the castle’s King George VI Memorial Chapel.