The Hill reports:
Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin left Balmoral Castle early Sunday, traveling through Scotland on the first leg of a journey that will culminate in her funeral in London next week.
The royal family said the queen’s coffin was accompanied by Princess Anne, Elizabeth’s daughter, and Anne’s husband, Sir Tim Laurence. “The wreath on the coffin features Dhalias, Sweet Peas, Phlox White Heather and Pine Fir from the Balmoral Estate,” the Royal Family said in a statement.
The coffin was en route to the Palace of Holyroodhouse, the British monarch’s official residence in Scotland, which is located in Edinburgh.
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Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin left Balmoral and is making its way to Edinburgh.
The 175-mile drive to Edinburgh should take the motorcade accompanying her coffin about six hours to travel there.
— ABC News (@ABC) September 11, 2022
Queen Elizabeth II’s flag-draped coffin is passing through the Scottish countryside on a final journey from her beloved summer estate Balmoral Castle to London. https://t.co/p4pEQZ1rvc
— CBS News (@CBSNews) September 11, 2022
The Queen’s coffin has left Balmoral to begin its journey to Edinburgh
— BBC Scotland News (@BBCScotlandNews) September 11, 2022
As the hearse carrying the Queen’s coffin continues its six-hour journey to Edinburgh, Scottish farmers lined their tractors along the route to pay tribute to the late monarch pic.twitter.com/j0YQMo2PpF
— Omid Scobie (@scobie) September 11, 2022