Queen to be ‘reunited’ and ‘safely with loved ones’ that ‘she missed so dearly’

The Queen will once again be ‘safely surrounded’ by the people she loved in a ‘heartwarming reunion’ experts have said.

After Her Majesty’s state funeral on Monday 19, she will be buried next to the Duke of Edinburgh at Windsor in a private ceremony attended by members of the royal family.

Monday is likely to be an emotional day in the UK, as the country says goodbye to its beloved monarch who has sat on the throne for longer than most people now living in the country have been alive.

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For many, the thought of the Queen finally being put to rest with Philip, her “strength and stay”, will no doubt bring a tear to the eye.

Speaking to the Daily Star, royal experts have explained what the emotional reunion between the two, and with other members of the family who have passed, will mean.

Royal commentator Brittani Barger painted the image of Philip waiting patiently for his love to join him

“It’s a sweet and touching thought. Her strength and stay has waited on her for over a year so they can be buried together,” she told the Star.

In a similar tone, the host of theTo Di Forpodcast, Kinsey Schofield, explained how the Queen is now going back to the arms of her loving family who had passed before her.

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"The Queen was so close to her family,” she said. “‘Us four’ – her mother, sister, and father.

“Then she evolved into this beautiful young woman and found her soulmate in Prince Philip.

“There’s something very comforting about knowing that the Queen will be safely surrounded by family members that she loved so fiercely and that she has missed so deeply.

“I know she missed her father's kindness, her mother's guidance, her sister's friendship, and her husband's sense of humour.”

Kinsey added: “Imagining that reunion could just make your heart burst.”

She also pointed out that the Queen would also be happy to see and hear perhaps the first indication that Princes Harry and William may finally be taking the first tentative steps at reconciliation.

“Family was important to Queen Elizabeth,” said Kinsey. “I think we’re currently seeing what some would consider a reconciliation between the battling brothers. This would make the Queen especially content.”

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