The official representative: Who represented Israel at Queen Elizabeth’s funeral in Great Britain?

Preparing for the Queen’s funeral: A political official informed “Maariv” today (Saturday) that according to the political protocol the president of the country Yitzhak Herzog is expected to represent Israel at the planned funeral of Queen Elizabeth II in Great Britain.

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President Yitzhak Herzog (Photo: Hadas Proosh, Flash 90)

As mentioned, the kingdom is preparing for the final farewell to Queen Elizabeth II who died last Thursday. Her son, King Charles III, has asked for a period of royal mourning from Friday to seven days after the Queen’s funeral, according to a statement from Buckingham Palace. The date of the funeral will be confirmed “in due course”, the message said.

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These days preparations are being made to move the Queen’s coffin back to London. The casket will first be moved from Balmoral Castle in Scotland to Holyrood Palace in Edinburgh – the official seat of the British monarchy in Scotland. From there, the procession is expected to move to St. Giles’ Cathedral, before continuing to London.

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