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Secret funeral plans for Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II leaked


‘Operation London Bridge’ is the codename for Britain’s 95-year-old Queen Elizabeth II death and the huge operation that will be launched in the hours and days after.

Now, for the first time, leaked documents have revealed on Friday the extent of what will happen under the codename ‘Operation London Bridge’. These were leaked to US-headquartered news organisation ‘Politico’, which reports that officials will refer to the day the Queen dies as ‘D Day’.

The longest-serving monarch in British history is to be buried 10 days after she dies and Prince Charles, the heir and her son will embark on a tour of the UK before the burial is held.

According to the plans, her coffin will lie in state for three days at the Houses of Parliament, with authorities anticipating hundreds of thousands of people to descend on London, sparking fears over gridlock, policing and even food shortages.

Unprecedented crowds and travel chaos are expected in the lead-up to her funeral. One memo warns that London could be stretched to breaking point as hundreds of thousands of people make their way to the UK capital.

According to Politico, there will be a supposedly ‘spontaneous’ service at St Paul’s Cathedral and the new King Charles will tour the four nations of the United Kingdom in the days after her death.

The British prime minister and the monarch are said to agree that the day of her state funeral will be a day of national mourning. It will effectively be a holiday, although not described as such.

Buckingham Palace officials have declined to comment, either on the leak or the plans.In 2017, ‘The Guardian’ published a long article revealing details about Operation London Bridge, which covered how the new King – Charles – will be proclaimed at St James’s Palace amid visiting royalty.

(With agency inputs)

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