Members of the royal family attend a service near Balmoral Castle

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Members of the British royal family who are still at Balmoral Castle in Scotland, where Queen Elizabeth II died on Friday (9), attended a service this Saturday (10).

The private ceremony took place at Crathie Kirk Church, a small chapel in a Scottish village adjacent to the royal residence traditionally used by the British.

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The service took place around 2 pm, local time, 10 am, Brasília time, and lasted about 25 minutes.

The communications chief initially declined to comment on which members of the royal family were present.

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At the end of the ceremony, however, the members of the royal family returned to the Castle on a walk visible to the public.

At the entrance to the property, they stopped for a moment to observe the messages and flower arrangements left at the entrance in honor of Queen Elizabeth II.

Among the royals in attendance were Princes Andrew and Edward, children of Elizabeth, Princess Anne, the late monarch’s only child, and other relatives.

They re-entered Balmoral Castle at around 10:30 am Brasília time.

Source: CNN Brasil

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