Queen Elizabeth II’s tombstone was officially unveiled on Saturday, with a photo released by Buckingham Palace, five days after she was laid to rest in St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle. The slab is made of hand-carved Belgian black marble, inlaid with brass letters.
The queen’s tombstone Isabel II was officially unveiled on Saturday, with the publication of a photo of Buckingham Palace, five days after his burial in the Saint-Georges chapel of Windsor Castle. More precisely, located in the memorial of George VI, father of Elizabeth II who died in 1952, the new stone bears, as before, the names of the Queen’s parents – the former King and Queen Mother Elizabeth (1900- 2002) – and now the sovereign buried on Monday and her husband Felipe (1921-2021).
A slab inlaid with brass letters
The slab, images of which had previously appeared on social media, is made of hand-carved Belgian black marble, inlaid with brass letters, “to harmonize with the stone previously installed in the chapel,” according to Buckingham Palace.
He died on September 8 at the age of 96, after more than 70 years of reign, a record in United KingdomElizabeth II was buried on Monday in a lavish state funeral. She now rests in the Saint-Georges chapel, where, in addition to the coffins of her parents and her husband, the ashes of her sister Margaret also rest.
On Friday, the palace published a photo of the king charles at work, with a famous red box that is used for the communication of official documents.