Here’s How to Send Condolences to the Royal Family on the Death of Queen Elizabeth II

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Both bereaved Britons and people around the world in solidarity with the royal family can send messages of condolence on the death of Queen Elizabeth II, who died on Thursday (8) ending the longest reign in the United Kingdom.

The British government released, this Friday (9), the official guidelines for the period of mourning that the country will go through until the funeral of the monarch, who died at the age of 96.

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For those wishing to send a message of condolence to the British royal family, a form has been made available on the royal website, which can be accessed at this link.

“A selection of messages will be passed on to members of the Royal Family, and may be stored in the Royal Archives for later,” the website reads.

In-person tributes in the UK

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The British also have a custom, at times like this, to send messages of condolence in physical books to the bereaved family members.

In accordance with government guidelines, while condolence books are not available at royal residences, they will be available at various town halls and other locations across the country.

“Please check with your local authority,” the British government advised.

A book of condolences in Liverpool Cathedral following the death of Queen Elizabeth II.

The guidelines further explain that “any organization or person may open a book of condolences during the National Mourning Period”.

“There is no defined format for the book. The table is usually an easel table on which the book is placed with a white tablecloth, an arrangement of flowers (lilies or other white flowers) and a formal framed photograph of Her Majesty.

“Know that the Royal House and the government will not be able to receive condolence books,” he added.

flowers in honor

It is also customary for mourners to place flower arrangements in honor of the person who has died.

The British government has defined specific locations to concentrate this type of condolences during the period in which the country will remain in mourning.

In the capital London, a flower memorial will be created in Green Park this Saturday (10) and will be the main place for the flower deposit near Buckingham Palace.

A woman lights a candle outside the British Embassy in Berlin after the death of Queen Elizabeth II.

At royal residence sites, such as Windsor, for example, flowers can be left at Cambridge Gate, close to the city centre.

In Balmoral, Scotland, where Elizabeth II died, flowers can be left at the main gate of the Royal Family’s Castle. Other locations can be checked on this link.

“Making a donation to one of Her Majesty’s many charities can be seen as a way of paying tribute to her extraordinary legacy.”

Source: CNN Brasil

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