The Queen will be buried alongside her beloved late husband Prince Philip in the King George Vl memorial chapel at Windsor Castle, Mirror.co.uk reports.

Their remains will be interred in the small chapel where the Queen’s parents are also buried and her sister Margaret’s ashes were brought there following her death in 2002.

The Duke of Edinburgh’s coffin will be transferred to rest by her side after he was originally placed on a marble slab in the Royal Vault beneath St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle.
Queen Elizabeth’s husband passed away back in April 2021 at the age of 99.

George VI died in 1952 but was first interred in the Royal Vault and transferred to the memorial chapel 17 years later, in 1969.
His coffin remains covered by the royal standard that was used at his funeral.

The Royal Vault was created between 1804 and 1810 for George III, who died in 1820, and other kings, like George IV and William IV, have also been buried in the vault.

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