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The first photo of the tomb where Queen Elizabeth II rests is published
The first photo of Queen Elizabeth II's tomb in Windsor has been released.
The hand-carved black Belgian marble plaque bears in bronze letters the names of the Queen, her husband, Prince Philip, and her parents, George VI and Elizabeth, the Queen Mother.
It is placed on the floor of the King George VI Memorial Chapel in St George's Chapel, where all four members of the Royal Family who were members of the Order of the Garter were buried.
The fresh stone now reads "George VI / 1895-1952", "Elizabeth / 1900-2002" followed by a metal Garter star, then "Elizabeth II / 1926-2022" and "Philip / 1921-2021".
Buckingham Palace released a picture of the plaque, surrounded by floral tributes and wreaths, ahead of the reopening of Windsor Castle next week.
Visitors will be able to visit and pay their respects at the burial site on any day that St George's Chapel is open to the public.