Royal family says final farewell to Queen Elizabeth II

Royal family says final farewell to queen elizabeth ii

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The late monarch’s family gathered for a final private ceremony away from the cameras as the queen was laid to rest beside her husband Prince Philip at King George VI Memorial Chapel on Monday.

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