In the King George VI memorial church at Windsor Castle, Queen Elizabeth II and her husband, Prince Philip, will be laid to rest side by side when they pass away.
As the world mourns the passing of the Queen, preparations are being made for her burial, which has been in the works for years.
After a state funeral, she will be laid to rest in the particular chapel at Windsor Castle, which was one of her favourite places.
According to royal insiders, the funeral will take place on Monday, September 19, at Westmatster Abbey, which is located in the heart of London.
The original plans called for the casket of the Queen to be transported to the abbey on a gun carriage. However, the gun carriage will not be drawn by horses but rather by navy ratings, who will use ropes to propel the carriage.
In 1969, a separate chapel within the larger St. George’s Chapel was constructed and given the name of Queen Elizabeth’s father.
After her passing in February of 2002, Princess Margaret, the younger sister of the Queen, was cremated, and her ashes were subsequently interred in the royal crypt.
The passing of the Queen was confirmed in an official statement that was issued earlier by Buckingham Palace.