The unusual message about the river descending in the middle of the Queen’s funeral

After Queen Elizabeth’s funeral, and amid thousands of honors and offerings to the legendary monarch in Westminster Abbey, a Boca fan That was in United kingdom, He did not miss the opportunity to dedicate a shipment to his great rival, River.

The funeral of Queen Elizabeth II Where people left their flowers and letters to her. Suddenly a message appeared from the queen saying:I saw a Reaper in Area BSigned by Elizabeth II,” Twitter user Mariano Volpini wrote when posting a video in which the hilarious message can be seen amidst a sea of ​​performances dedicated to Queen Elizabeth.

As it became known, an Argentine fan who was in the UK took the poster and placed it in the center of the Queen’s homage. Soon the joke spread on social networks as many users shared the unusual video and continued to do so Those who accused River in connection with his landing in 2011.

In the meantime, long live the UK today His first normal daynearly two weeks after Queen Elizabeth’s farewell, which culminated yesterday with a state funeral and official burial at Windsor Castle.

at least 250,000 people An official said that in front of the coffin of Queen Elizabeth II while it was in the funeral chapel for four days in Westminster Hall of Parliament.

The body that manages the city’s royal gardens said Tuesday that the sea of ​​flower displays abandoned in the gardens of Queen Elizabeth II’s London will be composted and reused in garden projects. In honor of Britain’s longest-reigning monarch, Londoners left Huge amount of flowers in the capital’s gardens.

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The withdrawal of packages will begin on Monday, a week after the state funeral and the burial of the king. who died on September 8 at the age of 96 after seven decades on the throne.

A Royal Parks spokesperson said that during that time, offerings may still be left behind, but that degraded flowers will be removed. This body manages London spaces belonging to the Crown, such as Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens and Green Park, where the major impromptu floral homage has appeared.

With information from Agence France-Presse

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