October 7, 2022

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Emmanuel Macron, Joe Biden, Philippe and Mathilde … they gathered in front of Elizabeth II’s coffin this Sunday.

French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife Brigitte gathered in front of Elizabeth II’s coffin in London on Sunday evening.

The French president paid respects to Elizabeth II’s remains from the gallery at Westminster Hall, where the public has been marching since Wednesday, and US President Joe Biden and European Commission President Ursula van Der also arrived during the day. Leyen.

King Philip and Queen Mathilde met on Sunday evening. All these beauties will attend the funeral on Monday.

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Emmanuel Macron, Joe Biden, Philippe and Mathilde ... they gathered in front of Elizabeth II's coffin this Sunday.
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Emmanuel Macron, Joe Biden, Philippe and Mathilde ... they gathered in front of Elizabeth II's coffin this Sunday.
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Emmanuel Macron, Joe Biden, Philippe and Mathilde ... they gathered in front of Elizabeth II's coffin this Sunday.
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Emmanuel Macron, Joe Biden, Philippe and Mathilde ... they gathered in front of Elizabeth II's coffin this Sunday.
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Charles III thanked the public for their support after Elizabeth II’s death

On Sunday evening, King Charles III thanked the “countless people” who have supported him and his family since the death of his mother, Elizabeth II, on September 8.

“As we all prepare to say our final goodbyes, I would like to thank all the countless people who have supported and comforted me and my family during this time of grief,” the sovereign wrote in a statement released ahead of Elizabeth II’s funeral.

England freezes for a minute’s silence

The United Kingdom observed a minute’s silence at 7:00pm GMT on Sunday in honor of Queen Elizabeth II. Britons were invited to mark the holy moment in their homes, on doorsteps or in the streets, or at community events and vigils.

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