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Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II died on 8 September at the age of 96. His death has been mourned in many countries around the world. He is to be cremated in Westminster, London. The Queen’s body was taken from Buckingham Palace to Westminster. During this, both the grandsons of the Queen were seen together for twenty-five years. At the same time, two Indian-origin artists are working on a project to paint a giant mural to pay tribute to him.
Both grandchildren were seen together after 25 years
William and Harry, both grandsons and sons of the current monarch Prince Charles III, appeared together after 25 years with the convoy of the Queen’s body. Earlier, both of them were seen together at the time of death of their mother Princess Diana. William was 15 and Harry was 12 at the time. The relationship between the two brothers has been strained in recent years.
Indian artist to paint a huge mural of the Queen
Artists Jignesh and Yash Patel, born in Gujarat, India, and now living in west London, have been working on a community project to pay tribute to the Queen ever since the news of her passing. Under this, they will create a huge mural of Elizabeth II, which will be visible from afar.
The People of Indian Origin Group (IDUK) living in Britain is helping them in this. The group has raised over £1,000 in donations online. Not only will this artwork pay tribute to the Queen, the people of England will be able to enjoy seeing it for years to come. Jignesh and Yash are well-known artists and have five records in their names in the Guinness Book.
In the year 2021, he created the world’s largest bubble painting by filling more than two lakh bubbles. A two-story building on Kingsley Road in Hounslow East was chosen for this mural. Both of these artists say they want to elevate it by painting murals throughout Hounslow.
Queen’s body kept in Westminster
The body of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II was taken from her Buckingham Palace to Westminster on Wednesday. After completing the religious rituals, it is kept here in a state. Now the common people have been allowed to pay tribute to the Queen till Monday morning. After this there have been lines of people there. It is feared that people may have to stand in long lines up to ten miles to see the Queen.
Earlier, the coffin of the Queen left from her palace with traditional elegance. Also there were members of the royal family. The disciplined contingent of his bodyguards and other personnel also attracted people. British flags were hoisted on the walls on the way. There was a huge crowd of people on both sides of the road with bouquets of flowers in their hands.