Here are some things we should all anticipate happening when Queen Elizabeth II passes away when word of her passing spreads like wildfire. The process begins with alerting the parties involved and is followed by a coded special notification. (Elizabeth II has passed away )
Operation London Bridge, a mechanism that has been in place since the 1960s, will come to fruition on the day that Queen Elizabeth II passes away. The Queen, who is 96 years old, is constantly receiving medical care, and there are even widespread media reports that she may soon pass away.
This stems from the incredibly meticulous strategy that has everything set up from the instant the Queen dies. The protocols cover every aspect of life after the revelation, which a large portion of the population will find sad, from flag etiquette to days of mourning.
So what happens after the passing of Queen Elizabeth II?
The Prime Minister will be among the first people to learn about the queen of GB’s demise on the day of her death. The Queen’s Private Secretary will convey this message to Privy Council Office staff members.
MPs and senior government officials will get a call and email that reads, “Dear Colleagues, I’m writing to let you know that Her Majesty The Queen passed away with grief. Within 10 minutes of the news, flags are to be flown at half-mast in conjunction with a social media notification.
The soon-to-be crowned King Charles will address the nation in a televised broadcast on the day of the Queen’s passing. The Ministry of Defence will arrange gun salutes, and there will be moments of silence across the nation as the Prime Minister meets Prince Charles.
Huge obituaries for the queen and condolence letters for the royal family and palace will come after this. Other programs will be implemented after this, and she will be buried after several days of prayer with no body viewing permitted. (Elizabeth II has passed away – Breaking news)