UK Plans 10-Day Mourning Period After Queen’s Death

UK is entering a period of mourning to mark the passing of the Queen after an extraordinary 70 years on the throne.

Buckingham Palace confirmed that the monarch died peacefully at Balmoral Castle yesterday afternoon. Her eldest son becomes King Charles III, with his wife Camilla as Queen Consort.

As tributes flood in from around the world, long-made plans to mark the Queen’s death are being rapidly put into action.

Prime Minister Liz Truss had a meeting in Downing Street last night with senior ministers, police and representatives from the royal household involved in the planning of what comes next.

The country’s 10-day mourning period began at midnight and will last until the Queen’s funeral, with the UK thrust into a grief-filled limbo, when the business of Government and Parliament will dramatically change.

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