Five days after the queen’s burial at St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle, a photo of Queen Elizabeth II’s tombstone was made public by Buckingham Palace.
The unveiling took place on Saturday, September 24, following the release of the image.
The new gravestone, which is exactly where George VI’s 1952 death memorial marker had stood, bears the names of the Queen’s parents, King and Queen Mother Elizabeth (1900–2002), as well as the monarch’s and her husband Philip’s names going forward (1921-2021).
The headstone is fashioned by hand from black Belgian marble and inlaid with brass letters. It was immediately trending on social media.
Elizabeth II was buried on Monday following a lavish royal burial. She passed away on September 8 at the age of 96, having ruled the UK for more than 70 years—a record in the country.
Check out the photos of her grave below.
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