Moroccan Prince Mulay Rachid has arrived in London this Sunday to represent his brother, Mohammed VI, the King at the funeral of Elizabeth II this Monday at Westminster Abbey.
As the official Moroccan agency MAP said in a statement, the monarch’s brothers landed at London Stansted Airport this Sunday, where they were received by “a special representative of King Charles III” as well as the Moroccan ambassador and his consulate in London. did. General.
Soon after, the royal delegation left the airport to visit Her Majesty’s residence.
On 9 September, King Mohammed VI sent a message of condolences and compassion to King HM Charles III of the United Kingdom following the death of HM Queen Elizabeth II. In this message, HM the King indicated that “It is learned with deep sorrow the death of your mother, Queen Elizabeth II. May she rest in peace.” He expressed his condolences and deepest sympathies on his own behalf and on behalf of the Royal Family and the Moroccan people, to His Majesty King Charles III, all members of the prestigious Royal Family and the British people.
Mohammed VI wrote in the message, “Under the reign of this extraordinary monarch, the United Kingdom achieved great progress and prosperity and achieved great stature regionally and internationally.”
The death of Queen Elizabeth II has brought together hundreds of heads of state and dignitaries from around the world in London to attend a reception hosted by the new British monarch, Charles III this Sunday, for the state final to be held on Monday. Before the ceremony. Westminster Abbey.
More than 500 heads of state and dignitaries from around the world will attend the first state funeral to be held in Britain in the 21st century. London has not seen similar celebrations since the deaths of George VI in 1952 and Prime Minister Winston Churchill in 1965.