An incredible, never-before-seen picture of the Queen was released yesterday following the monarch’s emotional funeral.
Pictured is Her Majesty walking in 1971 at Balmoral, Scotland, which is widely believed to have been her favorite spot.
It was captioned on the royal family’s Twitter page: “‘May swarms of angels sing to your rest.’
“In loving memory of Her Majesty the Queen. 1926-2022.”
The line quoted from Shakespeare’s Hamlet was used by King Charles III. Used in his first address to the country as monarch a day after his mother’s death.
Last night, the Royal Family’s Twitter account also posted a 1947 photo of the Queen and Philip together with their parents and sister in the Blue Drawing Room at Buckingham Palace.
The royal family will mourn another seven days after yesterday’s emotional funeral, which will never be seen again.
A million people lined the route from London to Windsor in a day of spectacular splendor and intense emotion – while an estimated four billion will make it the most-watched televised event.
And the Queen was finally reunited with her beloved husband Prince Philip, her “strength and support” during a poignant engagement service at St George’s Chapel.
She was also buried with the Queen Mother, her father George VI and her sister Margaret.
Hours earlier, the world shared the royal family’s intense emotions during a memorial service attended by 2,000 guests including world leaders, celebrities and notable Britons.
Princess Catherine was seen movingly comforting her nine-year-old son Prince George as he joined his sister Charlotte to walk in the funeral procession.
It is believed that her late admission was the brainchild of parents Prince William and Kate, who felt it was important to attend the historic occasion.
And the rest of the Queen’s family struggled to hold back the flood of tears.
Outside Westminster Abbey, the overwhelming weight of the occasion at the State Funeral became too much for some to bear.
A people’s honor guard then lined the Queen’s final journey as she returned home at Windsor Castle for the last time.
The hearse carried her coffin up the Long Walk – a road she had often driven herself – to the place that had been her home since childhood.
And their loving humans were moved to tears when they saw pictures of their loyal corgis awaiting their arrival at the castle gates.
https://www.the-sun.com/news/6259485/unseen-picture-queen-balmoral/ The royal family shares an incredible unseen picture of the queen in a touching tribute after the monarch’s emotional funeral