King thanked Aberdeenshire people who helped after his mother’s death

T

he King would like to extend a special thank you to those who helped organize and support Queen Elizabeth’s last journey from her beloved Balmoral property in Aberdeenshire after her death.

Around 25,000 people lined the streets across the county as the Queen’s motorcade made its way Edinburgh last month where she was laid to rest at St Giles’ Cathedral.

On Tuesday, the King and the Queen Consort will be welcomed to the Victoria and Albert Halls in Ballater, near the royal family’s Scottish home, where they will attend a reception to thank the Aberdeenshire community for their organization and support following the death. Elizabeth II.

When they arrive, Charles and Camilla are expected to see the tractors which formed a tribute to the late Queen at Banchory and meet the horses and riders who lined the route of the cortege as it left Balmoral.

In Aberdeenshire, as many as 550 people were involved in organizing events following the Queen’s death and inside the hall they will meet those who supported the operation.

Guests at the Victoria Hall reception are expected to include council workers, civic leaders and pupils from Ballater’s Crathie School.

Officers from Police Scotland and the fire and ambulance service will also be present at reception.

The royal couple will also see a digitized display of media coverage and images from the period.

Related Posts

Pod Central, St. Leonards-on-sea, East Sussex, review

Sun, sea and sci-fi is not a common combination, but the futuristic and budget-friendly Pod Central makes it work. To find out more about space themed beds…

From Neptune Frost to The Crown: a complete guide to this week’s entertainment | Culture

Goes out: Movie theater Neptune FrostOut nowSaul Williams and Anisia Uzeyman’s electrifying Afrofuturist musical fantasy (above) follows the story of an intersex hacker’s journey to the realm…

25 great gifts for the strictly superfan in your life

We hope you love the products we recommend! All of them were independently selected by our editors. Just so you know, HuffPost UK may collect a share…

The UK’s largest control room to monitor Glasgow’s Bonfire Night

Police, fire and council staff will monitor CCTV together in Glasgow’s control center for the first time.

Edinburgh crime news: Greendykes Road double death sees 65-year-old Ian MacLeod charged with two counts of murder

Ian MacLeod, who lives in the capital, pleaded no contest when he appeared at Edinburgh Sheriff Court charged with two murders. He is due back in court…

Man Utd icon suggests Lionel Messi’s influence played a part in Garnacho’s ‘attitude’ problem

Manchester United midfielder Bruno Fernandes suggested Alejandro Garnacho had apparent ‘attitude’ problems earlier this season and Red Devils hero Paul Scholes has an intriguing theory as to…

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *