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As night falls, the waiting time increases to 24 hours in line to see the coffin of Elizabeth II

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The waiting time to see the coffin of Elizabeth II has increased to 24 hours. This afternoon, our journalist present on site noted that the waiting time was 2 p.m. According to the latest information, it has just increased considerably. The queue is even visible from space

The American company Maxar released photos from space showing the gigantic queue. The last known waiting time was at 2 p.m. Friday morning when the queue was 7.8km long, the BBC said.


The outpouring of condolences and popular emotion that followed the death ofelizabeth It reflects his status as last planetary monarch, who marked his era by his constancy, straddling the 20th and 21st centuries.

World leaders and Her Majesty’s subjects paid tribute to the longest reigning Queen in British history who passed away on September 8 at the age of 96, after more than 70 years on the throne.

Queen Elizabeth liked to meet the public. She believed that she had to be seen to be believed – a principle she had implemented even in her brightly colored wardrobe.

The British returned the favor, massing along the roads as the hearse passed and waiting for hours outside, sometimes all night, to gather in front of his coffin, to Edinburgh then London.

Almost three days after the coffin of Queen Elizabeth II arrived at Westminster Hall, where the remains of the monarch will rest until his funeral on September 19, with thousands still lining up along the River Thames opposite the Houses of Parliament in London to pay their last respects.

The hanging line

This Friday, access to the queue to see the coffin of Elizabeth II was suspended due to the large crowd, the government said.
He was suspended”for at least six hoursBy then the waiting time before this suspension had climbed to 2 p.m. and the queue winding through central London was over 8 miles.

The queue to see the Queen’s coffin is 7.9 km long. According to Amélie Schildt, our journalist present on the spot, we went to 14h in line.The wait time has doubled since Thursday.

She was the face of reason. We always thought it would be alright if she said it would be alright“, explains Gina carving60, an Englishwoman who waited like so many others to see the coffin, draped with the royal standard and covered with her crown, in the imposing setting of Westminster Hall.

Thursday, an impressive line of 7 ha was filmed…