PHOTO: The tombstone of Queen Elizabeth II was officially unveiled

The place where Queen Elizabeth rests/ Photo UNBOXPHD / BACKGRID / Backgrid UK / Profimedia

The tombstone of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II was officially unveiled yesterday at Windsor Castle, five days after her funeral, Buckingham Palace announced.

Elizabeth II is buried in George VI's Tomb, named after the Queen's father, who died in 1952 year.

In that tomb ce the remains of her parents and Prince Philip, Elizabeth's husband, who died in 2021 year. Also in that tomb ce he also finds the urn of her sister Margareta.

The Queen's monument is hand-crafted from Belgian black marble with brass lettering, 'for yes ce align with the other monuments in the tomb," Buckingham Palace said.

Elizabeth II (96) died on September 8 in Scotland after more than 70 years governance. She was buried on September 19. The new king is Charles III, her eldest son.

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