Flags return to full mast as national mourning period ends

Flags on British government buildings around the world have returned to full mast following the end of the period of national mourning marking the death of Queen Elizabeth II. 
Flags return to full mast as national mourning period ends

Flags return to full mast as national mourning period ends

Flags on British government buildings around the world have returned to full mast following the end of the period of national mourning marking the death of Queen Elizabeth II. 

Queen Elizabeth was buried in a private ceremony in Windsor on Monday evening, following a state funeral in London and a committal service in Windsor. 

Whilst the national mourning period has ended, the Royal Family will continue to observe another week of mourning. 

Senior royals are not expected to carry out any public duties during this week. 

Flags flying at royal residences will remain at half-mast until 08:00 BST on 27 September – the day after their mourning period ends. 

Buckingham Palace has said royal household staff, representatives of the household on official duties and troops committed to ceremonial duties will also observe the extended mourning period. 

Following the state funeral, Queen Elizabeth was laid to rest alongside her late husband the Duke of Edinburgh in the King George VI Memorial Chapel, inside St George’s Chapel in Windsor. 

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