Historic moment Queen’s coffin is lowered into the Royal Vault | 7NEWS

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Published 2022-09-19
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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All Comments (21)
  • Jason Wojnicz
    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.
  • 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
  • jdgolf499
    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.
  • Lola Gibson
    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.
  • It was so touching and emotional, I am really impressed by the absolute order dignity and sad tenderness of the entire ceremony.
  • Cindy Reynolds
    The men with the bagpipes walking away…going into the distance as the man read his piece ……just beautiful…pure genius
  • Susan Page
    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.
  • Fact Checking
    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 💞.
  • Citizen- 7XL5
    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.
  • Agent
    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..
  • Mrs. Darcy
    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
  • Michelle Serna
    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.
  • songqi ma
    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.
  • 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.
  • mix22
    To była piękna ceremonia pogrzebowa Królowej Elżbiety II..niech spoczywa w spokoju. 🖤
  • A M
    So heartbreaking. I was almost sure she will live to at least 100. She did an exemplary job as Queen.
  • 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.
  • atticusmcfly
    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.
  • Ingrid
    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! 💔