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  • Published on Sep 18, 2022
  • The funeral of Queen Elizabeth II concluded on a solemn note, as her casket was lowered into the Royal Vault at St George’s Chapel in Windsor.
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  • Cindy Reynolds
    Cindy Reynolds 10 days ago +2795

    The men with the bagpipes walking away…going into the distance as the man read his piece ……just beautiful…pure genius

    • bruce collins
      bruce collins 3 days ago

      @Robert Powell also , the london scottish pipe band.the ghurkas pipeband.

    • cookiemacable
      cookiemacable 4 days ago

      I loved the bagpipes drifting away in the distance but very sad to

    • Bob Perkins
      Bob Perkins 5 days ago

      @ASHNAH ASHAN Yes I'll dear so tell me

    • ASHNAH ASHAN
      ASHNAH ASHAN 5 days ago

      @Bob Perkins - Will you come see me?

    • Bob Perkins
      Bob Perkins 5 days ago

      @ASHNAH ASHAN wow thanks dear. So tell me where are you from

  • ItsCrazy
    ItsCrazy 4 days ago

    There videos never disappoint anyone on they are all amazing! Keep up the good work!

  • TimeBucks
    TimeBucks 9 days ago +273

    Absolutely beautiful ceremony.

  • Fact Checking
    Fact Checking 9 days ago +63

    It was just not a funeral but history to be remembered ever after. She deserved this great funeral ceremony. Though I am not from the UK but my condolences are for the Royal family, I cried for the Queen and will always remember her. She had visited my beautiful country Pakistan. Long live King Charles and royal family 💞.

    • Rosemarie Mann
      Rosemarie Mann 9 days ago +5

      "Bless" you, "Person from Pakistan"...England is so far away from Pakistan, but you still sent a lovely message.
      Thank you so much. xx We must look forward, as our dear Q.E.ll would have done...xxxx

  • Agent
    Agent 9 days ago +51

    Absolutely beautiful ceremony. The pageantry & grandeur of it all, coupled with sadness & grief. That lone piper was hauntingly beautiful & sad at the same time. What a historical tribute to a great woman. Rest in Power, Forever Queen. Farewell & God speed..

    • truong nguyen hong nhat
    • zijuiy wttuy
      zijuiy wttuy 6 days ago

      memories. No, I'm wrong. My grandmother and The Queen left a legacy to lots of people and we will never forget them! R.I.P Queen Elizabeth! R.I.P Grandma!

  • IDEAL LIFE OFFICIAL
    IDEAL LIFE OFFICIAL 10 days ago +4930

    Charles was so lucky to have his mother by his side till the age of 73...it's truly a blessing

    • Saw Fingers
      Saw Fingers 3 days ago

      @Helmut B. that's exactly when I lost my Mom.😢

    • Brenda Harlan
      Brenda Harlan 4 days ago

      @akinofue q

    • Lili Pipi
      Lili Pipi 4 days ago

      Or a curse

    • that’s a fact jack
      that’s a fact jack 4 days ago

      This family betrayed the sisters the queens first cousins. They could’ve had a good life to but left in the mental hospitals because of the disabilities and special needs. guess it would tarnish their family image. RIP NERRISSA and KATHRINE (never forgotten)

    • Sonic koby Tryrdht
      Sonic koby Tryrdht 4 days ago

      😢

  • Susan Page
    Susan Page 9 days ago +269

    This video made me very emotional. I lost my mom to cancer 1.5 yrs ago. She was 95, but it hurt. She was from Canada, and loved the royal family. She would be very sad at the Queen’s passing. Despite all the controversy in the family, people in my parents’ generation knew a family that helped lift morale in WWII and also got out there and worked for the war effort. An era has ended.

    • Tony Balian
      Tony Balian 3 days ago

      Hello 👋
      How are you?

    • hanover germany
      hanover germany 3 days ago

      @Anthony Green to be honest ive never been able to understand what is the use of a royal house, why must one family now be so important and when they are all just as human as i am, only costs money to keep it going,

    • Anthony Green
      Anthony Green 3 days ago +1

      Talking of Royal Families of the European variety - that overgrown buffoon Wilhelm II had an empire - a small one to be precise, but nonetheless an empire because he demanded 'his place in the sun'.
      Yep, we all have history which would have been better had some of it not occurred but taking lectures on ethics and morality from the country that spawned the Third Reich (see below) is a tad tiresome.
      Just saying.

    • Bob Perkins
      Bob Perkins 3 days ago

      @Susan Page hello Susan how are you doing today?
      Hope you're doing good?

    • Susan Page
      Susan Page 4 days ago

      @bordereau1 thank you. We all deal with grief.

  • songqi ma
    songqi ma 9 days ago +31

    I'm not British, but I still deeply respect the queen. In the past 70 years, no matter how the world around her has changed, she is always she. She is always there, with her wisdom, charm and nobleness. Thank you, your majesty for your life long service.And now you can finally rest in peace.

    • Rosemarie Mann
      Rosemarie Mann 9 days ago +2

      THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR KIND MESSAGE....WE ALL FEEL VERY SADXXXX.

  • Pavitra Jaimungal
    Pavitra Jaimungal 9 days ago +255

    The bagpipe player will always remember this historic time as long as he live. He played his heart out for his Queen. May her soul find that everlasting peace.

    • K T
      K T 2 days ago

      Read somewhere this is the same piper that woke her every morning for the last X years playing for 10 minutes outside her window.

    • Rokiah Bakar
      Rokiah Bakar 6 days ago

      @Amy Stuckey hi bb. Bubu

    • Enzo P
      Enzo P 6 days ago

      @Amy Stuckey No thanks.

    • Amy Stuckey
      Amy Stuckey 9 days ago +3

      @William Garcia look up the history! Between England and Scotland!!! Learn why there is the UK!! It’s important! I’m American and I was embarrassed to not know the history of our country. It’s beautiful and heartbreaking, there is so much to understand. All I know in this moment, is the Queen has passed and it’s incredibly sad.

    • William Garcia
      William Garcia 9 days ago +4

      The tune reminded me of Braveheart for some reason.

  • ロボットで無ければ登録をクリック

    It was a very solemn state funeral where you can feel British culture and traditions. Queen Elizabeth, who reigned as British monarch for 70 years, the longest in history and was loved by the world, was a great person full of dignity. I would like to express my deepest condolences from Japan. Rest in Peace Her Majesty the Queen at Windsor Castle

    • flow repins666
      flow repins666 3 days ago

      @Buggy D Clown in ur dreams

    • DANTE YOUNG
      DANTE YOUNG 4 days ago

      日本人向主人跪下来了。

    • Lois Howard
      Lois Howard 6 days ago

      I too wish to express to the people of Great Britton my deepest and heartfelt sympathh for the loss of your Great Queen Elizabeth second
      May she rest in loveing peace.

  • Jason Wojnicz
    Jason Wojnicz 10 days ago +2017

    HM Charles III almost lost it as she was lowered and then during the anthem. You see the tear welling in his eyes. That will always stick with me as the moment it started to hit him. Hopefully he reaches out to his sons, they've been through this. No matter how old you are when a boy loses his mom it breaks him. Peace be with him and his entire family tonight.

    • Najma Meerlabbai
      Najma Meerlabbai 2 days ago

      Kh

    • Erin
      Erin 6 days ago

      @infotration 222 It's also been an issue since Luther split off from the Catholic church in the 1500s, so not a new problem.

    • Bernice jessi
      Bernice jessi  6 days ago

      Hello

    • Ambitious Vevo
      Ambitious Vevo 8 days ago

      I am an upcoming female singer
      Tell me what do you think of my first song 🥰

  • Azaria Rosalyn
    Azaria Rosalyn 8 days ago +3

    It was so touching and emotional, I am really impressed by the absolute order dignity and sad tenderness of the entire ceremony.

  • jdgolf499
    jdgolf499 9 days ago +110

    Must say, that is the first time that I've seen Charles actually appear to have feelings. You could see the sadness in his eyes, although far more composed than when I lost my Mother. As an American, I generally don't follow the royals, although I did admire the late Queen, but I found this celebration of her life very touching.

    • Iceberg Rose
      Iceberg Rose 2 days ago +1

      King, Prince Charles has been coming out to New Zealand for decades. He's always been a very nice and kind man. His dedication to environmental issues has sealed his respect here in NZ. I admire his dedication and care and I'm proud to call him King.

    • peter baker
      peter baker 3 days ago +3

      Yes he never appeared to have any feelings when Diana was around did he

    • Karen L
      Karen L 5 days ago +4

      When they sang God Save the King he looked so heartbroken

    • jdgolf499
      jdgolf499 6 days ago +2

      @Janine Caramanus Well, one thing that I am is intelligent, unlike you! I don't think it disrespectful to actually compliment both Charles and the late Queen!

    • Janine Caramanus
      Janine Caramanus 6 days ago

      Your not a prince or been trained to live this life of composure. Think about how can you compare or judge. He has the whole world watching him qnd his every move to jump on social media. What do you do? Very disrespectful and so American.

  • Maria de-flower me now
    Maria de-flower me now 3 days ago +1

    I'm from Brazil but this brings tears to my eyes. I'm not even that much into the royal family but all of this has so much meaning. The Queen mean a lot to so many people. I lost my grandmother in the begging of this year and my family (a big one) felt it sooo hard. My grandpa has passed away a long time ago and only my grandmother was left, but she had an entire different meaning to our family, as she was the brave mother who had to do pretty much everything to take care of all of her 7 children (as my grandfather was not a very good husband and would cause lota of trouble to the family). She raised her 7 children, now they have children, and they have children as well, so my grandmother was already a great grandmother. My whole family would reunite together at her house and we had lots of great and happy memories with her, at her house. She was truly the queen of our family. When we lost her it was like it was not real, as she was so strong and went through a lot and would always come back to us. Now I can only imagine how hard it is to loose a grandmother but also a grandmother to a whole country. It's sad, I mean, how everything comes to an end and so many history was created and now all that's left are memories. No, I'm wrong. My grandmother and The Queen left a legacy to lots of people and we will never forget them! R.I.P Queen Elizabeth! R.I.P Grandma! 💔

  • Ingrid
    Ingrid 9 days ago +73

    I'm from Brazil but this brings tears to my eyes. I'm not even that much into the royal family but all of this has so much meaning. The Queen mean a lot to so many people. I lost my grandmother in the begging of this year and my family (a big one) felt it sooo hard. My grandpa has passed away a long time ago and only my grandmother was left, but she had an entire different meaning to our family, as she was the brave mother who had to do pretty much everything to take care of all of her 7 children (as my grandfather was not a very good husband and would cause lota of trouble to the family). She raised her 7 children, now they have children, and they have children as well, so my grandmother was already a great grandmother. My whole family would reunite together at her house and we had lots of great and happy memories with her, at her house. She was truly the queen of our family. When we lost her it was like it was not real, as she was so strong and went through a lot and would always come back to us. Now I can only imagine how hard it is to loose a grandmother but also a grandmother to a whole country. It's sad, I mean, how everything comes to an end and so many history was created and now all that's left are memories. No, I'm wrong. My grandmother and The Queen left a legacy to lots of people and we will never forget them! R.I.P Queen Elizabeth! R.I.P Grandma! 💔

    • Rosemarie Mann
      Rosemarie Mann 9 days ago

      @Blackjackmaestro 650 tHANK YOU SO MCUH, WE ARE VERY SAD....

    • Rosemarie Mann
      Rosemarie Mann 9 days ago +1

      Ingrid, your post was so beautiful....your grandmother was one of those wonderful ladies who rose above their awful daily difficulties, and gave their families a direction in life.
      This kind of LADY IS rare !
      BLESS HER BEAUTIFUL HEART XX
      LOVE TO YOU FROM ENGLAND.XXXX

    • Blackjackmaestro 650
      Blackjackmaestro 650 9 days ago +3

      Thank you for pouring you heart out, this is truly an emotional time for England and the people of Great Britain. And I wish you all the best

    • Ingrid
      Ingrid 9 days ago +1

      @Susan R thank you very much! ❤️

    • Susan R
      Susan R 9 days ago +3

      True and IAM very sorry for your lost .send you my love

  • Wanda Stratmann
    Wanda Stratmann 10 days ago +2250

    My heart goes out to anyone who has lost a beloved family member. I've lost both of my parents. You never stop missing them

    • Bob Perkins
      Bob Perkins 5 days ago

      Hello Wanda how are you doing today?

    • FinessePlus English
      FinessePlus English 6 days ago

      You truly NEVER!

    • Bernice jessi
      Bernice jessi  6 days ago

      @kiaora224 hello

    • Elaine Matthews
      Elaine Matthews 7 days ago

      Thank you i loss a lot since i came back home

    • Rose Vlog
      Rose Vlog 8 days ago +1

      @Ozzy Grunt Nothing is permanent, we're just a traveller on this earth. I've gone through the pain of losing love ones, even pain is temporary.The present moment is what we have enjoy, sending love and light 💟💫💛🙏🙌

  • A M
    A M 9 days ago +61

    So heartbreaking. I was almost sure she will live to at least 100. She did an exemplary job as Queen.

  • 🚨W​A​T​C​H​​ M​​Y​ L​A​S​T​ V​I​D​E​O​🚨

    It was so touching and emotional, I am really impressed by the absolute order dignity and sad tenderness of the entire ceremony.

  • bobcat bigpaws
    bobcat bigpaws 9 days ago +8

    I never knew that there were vaults like this for the royals. Such a heartbreaking moment.

  • Maria de-flower me now

    It was so touching and emotional, I am really impressed by the absolute order dignity and sad tenderness of the entire ceremony.

  • atticusmcfly
    atticusmcfly 10 days ago +638

    Having The Queen's personal bagpipe player walk away while playing her requested song was an outstanding way for her reign and final journey home to officially end. The music fading away is so moving it makes your heart skip a beat. The finality was evident. Queen Elizabeth II has left this world. Now she can rest eternally and peacefully with those who went before her. Job well done, Your Highness. God Save The King. Sincerely, your cousin from across the pond.

    • Andrea Boys Vallejos
      Andrea Boys Vallejos 7 days ago +1

      Amazing Moment..
      God Save the King

    • I Love The 90s
      I Love The 90s 7 days ago +3

      Well said mate, wish all the love and happiness

    • Эльвира Ульянова
      Эльвира Ульянова 7 days ago

      Полностью согласна с вами. Очень тонкий, на нерве комментарий.

    • M
      M 7 days ago +4

      @Beverly Gonzalez On Monday, the Piper to the Sovereign closed her committal ceremony as he played her final lament. Pipe Major Paul Burns of the Royal Regiment of Scotland played the lament "Sleep, Dearie, Sleep

    • Janice mackie
      Janice mackie 9 days ago +5

      It’s called the Lament..

  • ·〰Poofie~Baku〰·💘

    This brings back the pain when my grandpa died last year, September 21, then my grandma died 9 months later. Grief is the price we pay for love. ~Queen Elizabeth

    • zijuiy wttuy
      zijuiy wttuy 6 days ago

      Even now, 16 years later, I still become emotional thinking about him.

  • ・your non favorite person 👍・

    The men with the bagpipes walking away…going into the distance as the man read his piece ……just beautiful…pure genius

  • M i Α vℓσg gσ тσ му ¢haηηєℓ!

    It was so touching and emotional, I am really impressed by the absolute order dignity and sad tenderness of the entire ceremony.

  • Maria de-flower me now

    Damn.... I can feel the emotional anguish he's feeling. I remember the day of my paternal grandfather's burial, I was absolutely destroyed emotionally, having to lay him to rest. Even now, 16 years later, I still become emotional thinking about him.

  • Mr Y
    Mr Y 10 days ago +876

    I've never been a big fan of the Royal family but after today seeing the Queens funeral it was absolutely mesmerising and I feel totally different now on how I feel about the Royal family, its made me realise that the history is very important to this country and she will never be forgotten for her service, RIP her Majesty and long live our new King 🙏

    • timewilltell
      timewilltell 9 days ago

      @crystal yi Think you are responding to someone else. Wish you would write proper English, by the way.

    • sam johns
      sam johns 9 days ago +2

      @mike mars Ah Mike, I didn't realise you had internet access in the asylum, but clearly your meds need to be reassessed.

    • sam johns
      sam johns 9 days ago

      @flyspiderbird About 15 yrs ago and that was a brief visit for an interview! May be it's just as well I haven't gone back to stay then, it would be too sad to see it. Though I do miss not seeing the architecture..

    • M beckers
      M beckers 9 days ago +3

      @mike mars you seem a rather sad empty person. I pray you'll find something to fill your heart with joy soon and connect with humanity. Go in peace

    • Billy Leadbitter 🇬🇧
      Billy Leadbitter 🇬🇧 9 days ago +1

      @mike mars That's your right as an individual but that's all you are 1 person and probably not from the UK.The Monarchy is as popular around the world maybe more than decades ago .I honestly cringe at some of the comment's made i'm scottish the Queen passed away in my Country a place she loved so much since childhood that's not lost on Scot's who may not like the monarchy but for a few day's the eye's of the World came to my Country that fact is not lost on Scots .GSTK.🇬🇧🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿

  • Bette Heidorn
    Bette Heidorn 9 days ago +93

    Seeing this was just so final. I cried as though I lost a family member. RIP our Queen.❤

    • Bob Perkins
      Bob Perkins 23 hours ago

      @Lisa WerT Rea hello Lisa, have not heard from you for sometime now, hope all is well?

    • Lisa WerT Rea
      Lisa WerT Rea 3 days ago

      @Bob Perkins I’m doing ok how are you doing

    • Bob Perkins
      Bob Perkins 5 days ago +1

      @Lisa WerT Rea hello Lisa, hope you're doing good?

    • Bob Perkins
      Bob Perkins 6 days ago

      Hello bette how are you doing today

    • Karen Joy Brigoli
      Karen Joy Brigoli 7 days ago

      😢QueenP.I.R

  • olive bbyyyy
    olive bbyyyy 9 days ago +48

    I seriously still can’t believe she has passed away. She was a large staple in my life. Rest peacefully, Queen Elizabeth.

    • Bob Perkins
      Bob Perkins 5 days ago

      She was an icon, mother and a woman of prestige. We all miss her too. Tell me how are you taking the situation over there, hope you're okay?

    • Life In The Eyes of Trev
      Life In The Eyes of Trev 9 days ago +1

      😂😂😂

    • suen84 6784
      suen84 6784 9 days ago +3

      Agree with u..... I am from Malaysian.... And growing up with all her storyline.... Yes..... I still can't believe that Queen Elizabeth gone.. Make me teardrops.....

  • Cora ღSєe Mу CнαηηєL💋 - ! A𝔪 Lινєღ🤳

    This video made me very emotional. I lost my mom to cancer 1.5 yrs ago. She was 95, but it hurt. She was from Canada, and loved the royal family. She would be very sad at the Queen’s passing. Despite all the controversy in the family, people in my parents’ generation knew a family that helped lift morale in WWII and also got out there and worked for the war effort. An era has ended.

  • Ella Eadig
    Ella Eadig 8 days ago +5

    Charles face when he put the cloth on her coffin and then later when everybody sang God Save The King...the emotions he must be feeling... :(

  • Leela Vasu 59
    Leela Vasu 59 10 days ago +255

    The lowering of the coffin as a lone bagpiper walks away and the music fading as he distanced is such a heartbreaking and moment. See it as symbolizing 'alone one comes to this world and alone one leaves in a beautiful way. A beautiful and meaningful send off to the Queen.

    • Bob Perkins
      Bob Perkins 5 days ago

      Hello Leela how are you doing today?

    • Nadean Green
      Nadean Green 9 days ago +2

      This is so very true . I too felt this as I watched it and then the world moves on to continue without for it is finish . Long love the queen .

    • HoodTalkTV
      HoodTalkTV 9 days ago +1

      @Jonathan George My content is also worth a look…I guarantee that

    • Jonathan George
      Jonathan George 9 days ago

      @Cole Williams glad its that way frick this world

    • Cole Williams
      Cole Williams 9 days ago

      Sadly, we are all just visiting

  • Danna!  🔥 21 y.0 -check My V!deo

    It was so touching and emotional, I am really impressed by the absolute order dignity and sad tenderness of the entire ceremony.

  • TamEva Uch
    TamEva Uch 9 days ago +6

    How they held it together, I'll never know. Heartbreaking. RIP Your Majesty. You've done your duty and service to your people as you promised

  • 👈 Sonia’s Way
    👈 Sonia’s Way 7 days ago +1

    Must say, that is the first time that I've seen Charles actually appear to have feelings. You could see the sadness in his eyes, although far more composed than when I lost my Mother. As an American, I generally don't follow the royals, although I did admire the late Queen, but I found this celebration of her life very touching.

  • Brandy Nettleton
    Brandy Nettleton 9 days ago +15

    Whether you have ever liked him or the Queen or have never cared one way or the other, you can see the sadness in Charles’ eyes and can feel it. I lost my mother two years ago. It’s a pain unlike any other. In these ceremonies, I feel like it’s not welcomed to be emotional, but it must be so difficult.

    • Bob Perkins
      Bob Perkins Day ago

      Hello Brandy, how are you doing today, hope you're having a wonderful day?

  • TCB since 73
    TCB since 73 9 days ago +21

    I watched with heavy heart and tears as my Queen was laid to rest. This morning I watched through tears as my darling mum was laid to her rest. Yet, I am drawn back again to this moment to mourn them both.

  • jay jimblake86@hotmail.co.uk

    I feel honoured to have lived during you're reign as our queen! You we're our rock, our guiding voice through good and bad times, you we're the very symbol that made British people proud to be British 🇬🇧🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿🇬🇧 thank you for you're life long devotion to our great country!

  • Linda! Т@p т0 Ch̴a̴t̴ ̴ ME 💞

    It was a very solemn state funeral where you can feel British culture and traditions. Queen Elizabeth, who reigned as British monarch for 70 years, the longest in history and was loved by the world, was a great person full of dignity. I would like to express my deepest condolences from Japan. Rest in Peace Her Majesty the Queen at Windsor Castle

  • Sarah Don't T[A]P Me!!

    It was so touching and emotional, I am really impressed by the absolute order dignity and sad tenderness of the entire ceremony.

    • Bob Perkins
      Bob Perkins 2 days ago

      Hello Sarah, how are you doing today, Hope you're having a wonderful day?

  • Michelle Serna
    Michelle Serna 10 days ago +1496

    The lowering of the casket is so incredibly sad. I lost my niece in April and when they lowered her casket into the ground I wanted to throw myself in there. It was heartbreaking. I feel for the Royal family. You can see how much pain they are in. Rest in Peace your Majesty.

    • Sanborn Olsen
      Sanborn Olsen 2 days ago

      @Bob Perkins who tf are you

    • Bob Perkins
      Bob Perkins 6 days ago

      Hello Michelle how are you doing today?

    • Sara C.
      Sara C. 8 days ago +1

      @Support your Troops & Athletes Wrong. HM King Charles is very interested in World faiths. If we don't make an effort to respect one another then we are lost. The Queen had great respect for those of other faiths and races.

    • Sanborn Olsen
      Sanborn Olsen 8 days ago

      @S k16 5 currently buried there.
      King George VI Memorial Chapel:
      King George VI (d.1952, buried in chapel 1969)
      Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother (d.2002)
      Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon (d.2002) (ashes)
      HRH Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh (d. 2021)
      Queen Elizabeth II (d.2022)
      I'm guessing nobody else will be buried there as it would be too "cramped" and they need to be looked after, and visited by future royals as if there was a 6th coffin. No room to move, hence why the Sister got her ashes instead of a coffin. Her choice

    • s V
      s V 8 days ago

      @downtime86 stars
      Who said parting is easy above all losing someone to death? Don't address what I haven't said!
      "JESUS WEPT WHEN LAZURUS DIED" ( JOHN 11:35).
      "BROTHERS AND SISTERS, WE DO NOT WANT YOU TO BE UNINFORMED ABOUT THOSE WHO SLEEP IN DEATH, SO YOU DO NOT GRIEVE LIKE THE REST OF THE MANKIND, WHO HAVE NO HOPE" (1 THESSALONIAN 4;13)
      Your hatred towards Christians is deplorable!

  • (Camille)_ vℓσg gσ тσ му ¢haηηєℓ!

    It was a very solemn state funeral where you can feel British culture and traditions. Queen Elizabeth, who reigned as British monarch for 70 years, the longest in history and was loved by the world, was a great person full of dignity. I would like to express my deepest condolences from Japan. Rest in Peace Her Majesty the Queen at Windsor Castle

  • Victoria 💋𝔽**СК МЕ - СНЕℂ𝕂 𝕄𝕐 Рℝ𝟘𝔽𝕀𝕃Е💛

    Having The Queen's personal bagpipe player walk away while playing her requested song was an outstanding way for her reign and final journey home to officially end. The music fading away is so moving it makes your heart skip a beat. The finality was evident. Queen Elizabeth II has left this world. Now she can rest eternally and peacefully with those who went before her. Job well done, Your Highness. God Save The King. Sincerely, your cousin from across the pond.

  • Jacey Т@p т0 Ch̴a̴t̴ ̴ ME 💞

    It was so touching and emotional, I am really impressed by the absolute order dignity and sad tenderness of the entire ceremony.

  • S. Módica
    S. Módica 3 days ago +1

    Just like Prince Philip’s funeral. I bawled at this part - she was returning to her beloved husband ❤️

  • Kristi B.
    Kristi B. 10 days ago +823

    The pure heartbreak in Charles’ eyes, along with the painful realization of what now weighs on his shoulders… that was gut-wrenching. Prayers of peace for the royal family from an American across the pond.

    • Kristi B.
      Kristi B. 9 days ago

      @NovusBow THANK YOU!!! Pretty sure it is a bot or someone trying to catfish me. Not gonna work, though!

    • Ruben Daniel
      Ruben Daniel 9 days ago

      @gfigss that good to hear so where are chatting from

    • Ruben Daniel
      Ruben Daniel 9 days ago

      Sure honey

    • Ruben Daniel
      Ruben Daniel 9 days ago

      @Tooru I'm fine and you

    • R Rowell
      R Rowell 9 days ago +2

      Truth be told take away all the pageantry and ceremony & costumrs he's just a normal bloke alone whose lost his mother no matter what age she was. It's a simple as that

  • lynn
    lynn 7 days ago +17

    Absolutely beautiful done. Hats off to that Piper. Any one that have played an instrument at an special occasion can vouch that they want to do their absolute best. His heart must have ached as he played knowing it was the finally time. What composure he had to deliver that magnificent farewell under pressure and I am sure wanting to perform his absolute best for the Queen.

    • Joyce Ocone
      Joyce Ocone 5 days ago

      The Piper did an excellent farewell to Queen Elizabeth ll. His heart was no likely heavy with sadness as he knew it was the last time. It was a very difficult time for him and he performed the magnificent farewell with much sadness and dedication to HRH Queen Elizabeth ll.

    • xrrxy vvoi
      xrrxy vvoi 7 days ago

      Finally..

  • ♥️KeshThara♥️Fan

    It was so touching and emotional, I am really impressed by the absolute order dignity and sad tenderness of the entire ceremony.

  • David Murray
    David Murray 4 days ago

    I've already told my children that I want bagpipes playing when I'm lowered into the ground. I've always loved the sound that bagpipes produce. No other instrument is more fitting at a funeral than them. Peace!

  • Celia 💖cHAt WiT ME {I'M HERE} 🤳

    You can really see the utter sorrow in Charles eyes, a lot of people lost a queen but he lost a mother and now he’s got to bare the weight of her position for the rest of his life. Rest in peace Elizabeth may you find your loved ones quickly on the other side.

  • Nick P
    Nick P 10 days ago +818

    The bagpiper…..simply breathtaking. This brought tears to my eyes. RIP your Majesty.

    • Lorraine Brand
      Lorraine Brand 9 days ago

      @carly I also thought that, it was very symbolic to me.

    • S.
      S. 10 days ago +9

      That was one of the Queen's orders..She likes it so much..

    • Rueben Lopez
      Rueben Lopez 10 days ago

      @Angele Rodsan ed q

    • Angele Rodsan
      Angele Rodsan 10 days ago +6

      Me too

    • Magnolia ♡🌸
      Magnolia ♡🌸 10 days ago +3

      @MerryButcher what the hell

  • SpellboundWolf
    SpellboundWolf 9 days ago +19

    My great grandma passed away in 2020, so I know how it feels to lose a beloved matriarch. Rest easy, Queen Elizabeth II.

  • PedroD
    PedroD 9 days ago +5

    Incredible. We commoners can never imagine what it must be like to be royal in the British empire. Rest in peace, Elizabeth.

  • W R
    W R 9 days ago +1

    The funeral was heart-breaking to watch. The king looked absolutely wretched. My heart goes out to King Charles & the rest of the royal family. My paternal family immigrated from England. Queen Elizabeth II - Job well done! Now you can rest with Prince Phillip.
    God Save The King!

  • Claim 50-1000$ Free Gift Cards

    This brings back the pain when my grandpa died last year, September 21, then my grandma died 9 months later. Grief is the price we pay for love. ~Queen Elizabeth

  • joan bemiss
    joan bemiss 10 days ago +908

    Beautifully carried out. I'm so honored to have been able to grow up during Queen Elizabeth's reign. Rest in peace.

    • Bob Perkins
      Bob Perkins 5 days ago

      Hello Joan how are you doing today?

    • Bob Perkins
      Bob Perkins 6 days ago

      Hello joan how are you doing today?

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      The Amber Heard Playlist!! 9 days ago +1

      @Jimmy Rustler Many voices, and that would change

    • Sherza
      Sherza 9 days ago

      The whole world did.

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      Lyliane Manquest 9 days ago

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  • Ayedun Jossy Oladipupo
    Ayedun Jossy Oladipupo 22 hours ago

    The end of an era. Such a great Queen. Rest well.

  • Clare Welter
    Clare Welter 9 days ago +22

    It is always so very hard to lose a parent. One's heart breaks and life keeps going on. My own Mother died at 100 years old and I miss her every day. My family was so blessed to have her for so many years. She was a delight. RIP Queen Elizabeth II.
    You did a great job with dignity and grace. May God Always Keep You In His Care.

    • Bob Perkins
      Bob Perkins 2 days ago

      Hello Clare how are you doing today, Hope you're having a wonderful day?

  • Cynthia Smith
    Cynthia Smith 9 days ago +22

    The whole funeral was just stunning!!!🥀🥀🥀🥀... I couldn't stop crying😥😥😥😥.... This is the most beautiful day, put together, by people who care, and feel love for their country, and The Queen... Just so breathtaking, were the ground's all around!!!!!! So peaceful, they go by custom's, they all come together, as it should be..🥀🥀🥀🥀.........

    • Bob Perkins
      Bob Perkins 2 days ago

      Hello Cynthia, how are you doing today, Hope you're having a wonderful day?

    • General Boss
      General Boss 9 days ago

      Why? People due everyday. What's the big deal about a 96 year old grandma passing?

  • cynthia jones
    cynthia jones 9 days ago +14

    My heart goes out to them you can see the sadness in everyone’s eyes. It sucks to lose a family member. I remember still when my grandparents passed it was hard. My prayers that they find peace and are able to cope.

    • Legie 64
      Legie 64 4 days ago

      I made a heartfelt comment on the sadness at the Queens funeral and got a sarcastic weird creepy reply from Bob Perkins whom has replied to you.
      I would be careful as I've reported him to Flash-Player.
      I've seen other replies to female's from him so just be careful.
      I was so upset in his replies to me , totally shocked and disgusted by what he said.
      Just being helpful to you.

    • cynthia jones
      cynthia jones 5 days ago

      @Bob Perkins I’m fine how are you

    • Bob Perkins
      Bob Perkins 5 days ago

      Hello Cynthia how are you doing today?

    • Elaine Matthews
      Elaine Matthews 7 days ago

      Amen😇

  • Marie Gay Opinion
    Marie Gay Opinion 10 days ago +379

    The pall bearers did a marvelous job carrying the Queen, great work to everyone who made Her Majesty's send off a historic moment. Some people are criticizing all these are just shallow "pageantries", but my God, this is more than that. I am not British but i could not have been more proud and envious of their unity and love for their queen and their nation. Very rare to see these days. I'm proud to be part of the Commonwealth. RIP Your Majesty 🙏❤️

    • Bob Perkins
      Bob Perkins 6 days ago

      @Ambeca PPManikam hello ambecca hope you're doing good

    • Universe Factory
      Universe Factory 9 days ago

      @Lyndon CMP Indian settlements had local governance including public rubish collection, drainage etc, when Wiltshire was first being settled lol. Where do you think democracy comes from? Where do you think zero comes from? The power series, quadratic equations, algebra? You have a weird understanding of history.

    • Charlie Z
      Charlie Z 9 days ago +1

      Magnificently said god bless and god bless the queen

    • Ulrike Thätner
      Ulrike Thätner 9 days ago

      ​@Jammzy Those "objects" like the Cullinan Diamond where actually gifts. Why should they have to give them back?

    • Marilyn Onor
      Marilyn Onor 9 days ago

      Not even once was the coffin ⚰️ open for people to see The late Queen lying in state..

  • Maria de-flower me now

    The bagpipe player will always remember this historic time as long as he live. He played his heart out for his Queen. May her soul find that everlasting peace.

  • Елена Гавриленко

    Пусть королева покоится с миром. Это была эпоха. Родным сил и терпения пережить эту невосполнимую утрату и оставаться достойными.

  • L̴en̴a̴ C̴h̴a̴tT ̴ -m̴e̴- 👉t@p

    It was a very solemn state funeral where you can feel British culture and traditions. Queen Elizabeth, who reigned as British monarch for 70 years, the longest in history and was loved by the world, was a great person full of dignity. I would like to express my deepest condolences from Japan. Rest in Peace Her Majesty the Queen at Windsor Castle

  • Maria de-flower me now

    I'm from Brazil but this brings tears to my eyes. I'm not even that much into the royal family but all of this has so much meaning. The Queen mean a lot to so many people. I lost my grandmother in the begging of this year and my family (a big one) felt it sooo hard. My grandpa has passed away a long time ago and only my grandmother was left, but she had an entire different meaning to our family, as she was the brave mother who had to do pretty much everything to take care of all of her 7 children (as my grandfather was not a very good husband and would cause lota of trouble to the family). She raised her 7 children, now they have children, and they have children as well, so my grandmother was already a great grandmother. My whole family would reunite together at her house and we had lots of great and happy memories with her, at her house. She was truly the queen of our family. When we lost her it was like it was not real, as she was so strong and went through a lot and would always come back to us. Now I can only imagine how hard it is to loose a grandmother but also a grandmother to a whole country. It's sad, I mean, how everything comes to an end and so many history was created and now all that's left are memories. No, I'm wrong. My grandmother and The Queen left a legacy to lots of people and we will never forget them! R.I.P Queen Elizabeth! R.I.P Grandma! 💔

  • Lola Gibson
    Lola Gibson 9 days ago +660

    The bagpipe and lowering of the casket was heartbreaking. And the family sat there until it disappeared.. sent chills down my spine. I teared up. And I'm an American. How the family and British people must have felt.

    • Bob Perkins
      Bob Perkins 3 days ago

      @Vanessa Louise oh! Sorry dear, I guess it's really painful? So tell me where are you from?

    • Vanessa Louise
      Vanessa Louise 3 days ago

      @Bob Perkins l not had a brilliant day l got a earring stuck in my ear 👂 lobe .

    • Bob Perkins
      Bob Perkins 3 days ago

      @judith mosely hello dear hope you're doing great today?

    • Bob Perkins
      Bob Perkins 3 days ago

      @Vanessa Louise hello Vanessa how are you doing today? Hope you're doing good?

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      AndreaLuise Candido 3 days ago

      @Flash-Player user And chef 🇦🇹

  • slian eoda
    slian eoda 3 days ago

    Wow! My heart went out to the King, his eyes showed it all. R.I.P. Her Majesty, our Queen. Thank you for your service and devotion. God Save The King.🇬🇧🇦🇺

  • Maria de-flower me now

    The bagpipe and lowering of the casket was heartbreaking. And the family sat there until it disappeared.. sent chills down my spine. I teared up. And I'm an American. How the family and British people must have felt.

  • F?СК МЕ. ТАР ОN MY РIC

    The bagpipe and lowering of the casket was heartbreaking. And the family sat there until it disappeared.. sent chills down my spine. I teared up. And I'm an American. How the family and British people must have felt.

  • Ava RoSe Sᴇx Cʜᴀɴɴᴇʟ 21

    The bagpipe and lowering of the casket was heartbreaking. And the family sat there until it disappeared.. sent chills down my spine. I teared up. And I'm an American. How the family and British people must have felt.

  • Zeina 🔥 21 y.0 -check My V!deo

    This video made me very emotional. I lost my mom to cancer 1.5 yrs ago. She was 95, but it hurt. She was from Canada, and loved the royal family. She would be very sad at the Queen’s passing. Despite all the controversy in the family, people in my parents’ generation knew a family that helped lift morale in WWII and also got out there and worked for the war effort. An era has ended.

  • Prakash Khandekar
    Prakash Khandekar 8 days ago +1

    Absolutely beautiful cerimony.God bless She.

  • ・your non favorite person 👍・

    HM Charles III almost lost it as she was lowered and then during the anthem. You see the tear welling in his eyes. That will always stick with me as the moment it started to hit him. Hopefully he reaches out to his sons, they've been through this. No matter how old you are when a boy loses his mom it breaks him. Peace be with him and his entire family tonight.

  • NNEC Womens Ministry
    NNEC Womens Ministry 9 days ago +2

    This broke my heart.

  • Jane Walling
    Jane Walling 10 days ago +260

    What a magnificent tribute to Queen Elizabeth for so many days. All the beautiful people who showed their beautiful gratitude to her and to the family. The citizens of the whole Commonwealth are so compassionate. The Queen’s family is beyond gracious, caring and stoic. And Charlotte and George were so dear. Just can’t say enough for the millions that were involved. God bless each and everyone of them.

  • akmediascope
    akmediascope 9 days ago +1

    Trudeau expressed it for me "she was one of my favorite people in the world." That's how I feel too. The piper speaks to me as it always has

  • xrrxy vvoi
    xrrxy vvoi 7 days ago

    This brings back the pain when my grandpa died last year, September 21, then my grandma died 9 months later. Grief is the price we pay for love. ~Queen Elizabeth

  • jmpmc100
    jmpmc100 9 days ago +2

    Say what one may about the Brits, but they sure can put on a hell of a funeral send off. Pretty amazing actually, and she deserved every minute of it.

  • Nancy Nesselroad
    Nancy Nesselroad 7 days ago +2

    This was so touching! I am so sorry for your loss! Your are in my prayers!!

    • Tony Baroud
      Tony Baroud 6 days ago

      Hello 😇 I’m really impressed with your comment, if you don’t mind friendship where are you from?

  • Leslie Richmond
    Leslie Richmond 10 days ago +503

    As an American who is usually pretty indifferent to the British Royal family, seeing her being lowered into the vault and the single bagpipes slowly retreat while playing truly broke my heart. I think that was when it really hit me that the second Elizabethan Era is truly over. God Save the King and may he long reign glorious and successful.

    • Kate Henry
      Kate Henry 11 hours ago

      @Glenroy Brown You will not score brownie points with your i cent opinion.

    • Kate Henry
      Kate Henry 11 hours ago

      @BrnGranny4DJT How is he right? he is not right for mocking the monarch.

    • Bob Perkins
      Bob Perkins 5 days ago +1

      @Leslie Richmond Yes i agree with you nice comment.

    • Leslie Richmond
      Leslie Richmond 9 days ago +3

      @Rosemarie Mann, Thank you so very much! As Her Majesty said once, we may have broken away but that never stopped us from being friends. Those were such kind words. Thank you so very much.

    • Rosemarie Mann
      Rosemarie Mann 9 days ago +3

      THANK YOU, LESLIE, A SWEET THOUGHT, THAT I REALLY THINK MANY
      ENGLISH FOLK , INCUDING ME, ARE FEELING RIGHT NOW.
      AMERICANS HAVE THE SAME VALUES AS ENGLISH / BRITISH.
      FAIR PLAY, DECENCY, COMPASSION.....
      BLESS YOU, DEAR AMERICANS !
      WE LOVE YOU !!!!.XXXXXX.

  • Dani Marsh
    Dani Marsh 8 days ago +5

    Imagine being sung, the very song you never want to hear because it means your mother has died.. infront of millions, to be recorded forever as a historic moment. How utterly heartbreaking.

  • Me Me Moore
    Me Me Moore 9 days ago +1

    King Charles looked distraught when he stood at the end of his Mothers coffin, my heart goes out to all the royal family.

  • DeadliestToast
    DeadliestToast 7 days ago +3

    I'm not even from the UK but it still hurts 😭😔

  • Eva 25 y.o - check my vidéó

    My heart goes out to anyone who has lost a beloved family member. I've lost both of my parents. You never stop missing them

  • YoureSoCreezy
    YoureSoCreezy 10 days ago +356

    This feels so surreal. The queen has been the queen for so long. My entire life, even my parent's entire life. Hard to believe

    • Outback
      Outback 7 days ago

      So 'surreal" In your head, In the world of the Matrix.

    • stallion stallion
      stallion stallion 7 days ago

      Why it's hard to believe? Aren't we all going to die ?

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    • Jou t7
      Jou t7 9 days ago +4

      Yes 70 year long rule over United Kingdom from 1952 to 2022, that makes her the longest rulling british monarch, when Victoria ruled for 67 years and now she is second in having the longest rule over great britain. She started her rule as 26 years old and ended it as 96 year old. I think Charles third will rule for maxium of 20 years, when he is already so old, like the same thing with the king after Victoria who was also so old by then, when Victoria ruled for so long.

  • Alecha Mister
    Alecha Mister 8 days ago

    the hurt in his eyes...🤍
    showing dignity at all times representing his royalty.....I pray for her children ,her grandchildren and her siblings , her family, whose hearts are in mourning 🙏 🤍
    May your rest be in the father's arms.

  • Lisa M. Willson
    Lisa M. Willson 9 days ago +23

    Charles was so lucky to have his mother by his side till the age of 73...it's truly a blessing

  • Michelle Schmidt
    Michelle Schmidt 9 days ago +2

    This particular video was the real moment for me that she’s gone. The places where she lay in state still felt like she was here, but this act of removing the sceptre, orb, crown and then this: it really was the moment that her reign was over. There was a real shift in King Charles for this moment too, it truly now is his time to reign.
    Sad day but glad I watched it all, big day in our history.

  • valerie watsonz
    valerie watsonz 5 days ago

    I have never seen Charles look so sad , my heart went out to him . The entire funeral was sad but when that coffins was lowered into the royal vault I cried .

    • Bob Perkins
      Bob Perkins 2 days ago

      Hello Valaria, how are you doing today, Hope you're having a wonderful day?

  • ThePoeticAngel
    ThePoeticAngel 10 days ago +88

    So emotional...from the lowering of the coffin to the sound of bagpipes drifting away like a soul leaving towards heaven. I may not be a fan of the royals, but it's still so heartbreaking to see Charles III grieving for his mother. I understand that feeling of loss, and I could not help but weep. My deepest condolences to the royal family.

    • Grampy
      Grampy 9 days ago +5

      No matter our station in life, we are all human with human emotions released from our deepest being
      at the proper time.

  • John Chavez
    John Chavez 9 days ago +2

    And now you know what can make a king cry. God bless you, your majesty. Long live the king.

  • Kiditor
    Kiditor 9 days ago +2

    My sincerest condolences for you at this time. You have my deepest sympathy and unwavering support. Wishing you peace, comfort, courage, and lots of love at this time of sorrow.

  • ptp
    ptp 3 days ago +2

    May her soul Rest in peace.

  • Hollie Moodie
    Hollie Moodie 9 days ago +3

    I can see the pain and sadness in Charles's eyes. Losing your mother is tough on anyone.

  • Mububban23
    Mububban23 10 days ago +608

    Oh man that shot at 7:45 of Charles - putting aside all the trappings of his stations, he is a man in the twilight of his own life, who's just lost both his parents in the space of a year. Especially now the mother he held so dear. Not many of us are lucky enough to have our parents for that long. If you're lucky enough to have a good relationship with your parents, appreciate them while they're around ❤

    • Victoria Amos
      Victoria Amos 9 days ago

      @Miliko207 I definitely concur with that!

    • Paul Michael Freedman
      Paul Michael Freedman 9 days ago

      I lost my parents when I was 32/33 , also within a year of each other, and neither of them reached the age of 60. Nearly 20 years ago, I still miss them dearly.

    • Xtus Vincit
      Xtus Vincit 9 days ago +1

      @The mighty B If you are trying to hurt my feelings, try harder. Long live the Tampon King.

    • Miliko207
      Miliko207 10 days ago +2

      You are always too young to loose a parent

    • The mighty B
      The mighty B 10 days ago

      @Xtus Vincit go troll somewhere else

  • Eva 25 y.o - check my vidéó

    My heart goes out to anyone who has lost a beloved family member. I've lost both of my parents. You never stop missing them

  • touco
    touco 9 days ago +3

    Good bye Queen Elizabeth 2 I'm a Green Irish American and I always admired, loved and respected you, you carried yourself with such dignity and honor your entire life. You will be missed. I'm quite sure the Lord in heaven has a mansion prepared for you because you never put yourself ahead of the Lord and you constantly prayed for his infinite wisdom and strength to guide you in your duties as Queen of England.

  • Ahalya Bs
    Ahalya Bs 9 days ago +1

    The lowering of the coffin is done in such a way we almost miss it. Amazing.

    • Bob Perkins
      Bob Perkins 6 days ago

      Hello ahalya, hope you're doing good

  • Channell Trail
    Channell Trail 2 days ago

    The way he turned around then walked away was so touching

  • Param Drall
    Param Drall 10 days ago +382

    Seeing King Charles tear up just broke me.... You never imagine the Person who gave birth to you, raised you and loved to the most to ever Leave you. It's heartbreaking.

    • NOLA! NOW WHAT STANK
      NOLA! NOW WHAT STANK 9 days ago

      LOL

    • isa granke
      isa granke 9 days ago

      You never expect to bury your children. You fully expect to outlive your parents lol

    • Cami Kam
      Cami Kam 9 days ago +1

      So true. For as much as King Charles III looked forward to being king, knowing that it would come at the loss of his beloved Mummy, had to be painful.

    • Prince Fallambu
      Prince Fallambu 9 days ago +1

      @Kate monroe thanks for that. My mother treated me like a stepchild til she wanted me fail in life but my God and my love for her preserve me.

    • B. Unicornette
      B. Unicornette 9 days ago +3

      I feel that ! Im actually jaleous of people having unconditionnaly loving parents. Mine are toxic as hell and only think of their image and reputation.

  • Roger Fredriksson
    Roger Fredriksson 9 days ago +2

    Honourable and dignified ceremony. May she rest in peace.