Following her 70-year reign, the news of Queen Elizabeth II’s passing has shocked the entire world, and many people have expressed their condolences.
There are no physical books of condolence at the royal residences; instead, there is an online book of condolence on the Royal website for those who wish to leave messages. This information was made available on the official website of the Royal Family.
Additionally, books of condolence for the Queen will be opened in churches, theaters, and local governments all over the nation.
Additionally, there are rules regarding floral offerings at the royal residences.
Advice from Buckingham Palace states that memorials should be laid at designated sites in The Green Park or Hyde Park, where members of the public have gathered ever since hearing the heartbreaking news. The Royal Parks will transfer flowers left at Buckingham Palace’s entrance to The Green Park Floral Tribute Garden.
Flowers can be left at Cambridge Gate on the Long Walk at Windsor Castle. On the south side of St. George’s Chapel and Cambridge Drive, these flowers will be spread out on the Castle Chapter grass each evening.
Floral tributes can be left at the Main Gate of Balmoral Castle or the Norwich Gates at the Sandringham Estate, which both encourage public participation.
The public is invited to leave floral tributes for the Wardens at the entrance to The Queen’s Gallery at the Palace of Holyroodhouse. These blossoms will be spread out on the forecourt grass in front of the palace’s north turret.
Flowers can be laid as tributes at Hillsborough Castle on the Castle Forecourt, in front of the main gates.