Funeral plans of Queen Elizabeth II LEAKED!

Leaked documents on Friday revealed for the first time the extent of the major operation that will be thrusted in the hours and days following the death of British Queen Elizabeth II.

UK: Leaked documents on Friday revealed for the first time the extent of the major operation that will be thrusted in the hours and days following the death of British Queen Elizabeth II.

Details of what is going to happen under the code name “Operation London Bridge” have been leaked to the news organization ‘Politico’ with the US head office, which states that officials will refer to the day the queen dies as ‘D Day’.

The 95-year-old monarch, the longest in British history, is buried 10 days after her death and her son and heir, Prince Charles, will take a tour of the UK before the funeral.

According to the plans, the deceased sovereign coffin will lie in the Houses of Parliament for three days, while the authorities expect hundreds of thousands of people to descend to London – causing fears about networks, policing and even food shortages.

An extensive security operation is planned to manage the unprecedented crowds and chaos expected in the run-up to her funeral. One memorandum warns that London could be stretched to breaking point as hundreds of thousands of people head to the British capital.

According to Politico, there will be a supposedly ‘spontaneous’ service in St Paul’s Cathedral, and the new King Charles will tour the four countries of the United Kingdom in the days subsequent to her death.

The British Prime Minister and the monarch agree that the day of her state funeral is a day of national mourning. It will effectively be a holiday, though not so described.

Buckingham Palace officials declined to comment on the leak or the plans.

In 2017, ‘The Guardian’ published a lengthy article revealing details of Operation London Bridge, covering how the new king – Charles – will be announced amidst visiting royals at St James’s Palace.