VIDEO: William Ruto, Samia Suluhu Hassan, Cyril Ramaphosa and other African leaders seen in buses as they arrive in London for Queen Elizabeth II's funeral KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Tuesday, September 20, 2022

VIDEO: William Ruto, Samia Suluhu Hassan, Cyril Ramaphosa and other African leaders seen in buses as they arrive in London for Queen Elizabeth II's funeral

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that William Ruto, Samia Suluhu Hassan, Cyril Ramaphosa and other African leaders seen in buses as they arrive in London for Queen Elizabeth II's funeral. (Read More Here).

The Duke of Sussex and Princess Charlotte were seen sharing a sweet moment during the Queen's committal service at St George's Chapel in Windsor this afternoon.

Her Majesty returned home to Windsor to be reunited for eternity with her husband, father, mother and sister in the crypt at St George's Chapel at the end of a short service, which followed her funeral at Westminster Abbey earlier today. 

During the committal service, which ended with Her Majesty's coffin being lowered into the chapel's vault, the Dean of Windsor gave a bidding.

While he spoke, Princess Charlotte, seven, who was seated between her mother the Princess of Wales, 40, and her uncle the Duke of Sussex, 37, was seen adjusting her hat.

After rearranging her headgear, she looked over at her uncle, who briefly looked up and caught her eye, before smiling at her.

Moments earlier the Dean had placed her crown and other crown jewels on the altar before the Queen's staff of office was snapped - signifying the severing of the Queen from her service in death. The Garter King of Arms then pronounced the styles and titles of the Queen as all power moved to her son, the King.

Charles looked deeply moved as the coffin was lowered - on a day where he appeared tearful on a number of occasions as he said goodbye to his mother, the 12th British monarch to be buried at Windsor.

Her Majesty's long journey to her final resting place - and to be reunited with the Duke of Edinburgh - began in Balmoral on the day of her death 11 days ago and will end with her private interment at the castle's St George's Chapel this evening where the King will scatter earth on his mother's coffin at 7.30pm at a private family service.

Britain's longest reigning monarch had been carried into the historic church followed by Charles III, her children and grandchildren including Prince Harry and Prince William. 

St George's was where the Queen had sat alone during the funeral of Prince Philip last year - in one of the most poignant images of the pandemic - and it was where she had loved to worship for so many years when at Windsor.

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