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Charles and Camilla fly to Edinburgh for emotional journey accompanying Queen’s coffin

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King Charles III and Camilla, Queen Consort, have flown to Edinburgh ahead of the late Queen's coffin procession.They boarded a plane to Edinburgh at RAF Northolt in Hillingdon, west London.

Charles and Camilla waved at dozens of members of the public as they arrived in a Rolls Royce with a police escort at about 11.15am on Monday.The 96 year old Queen Elizabeth II passed away "peacefully" at Balmoral Castle, Aberdeenshire on Thursday, 8 September, before her coffin was taken to the throne room of the Palace of Holyroodhouse, Edinburgh, where members of the public could come to pay their respects.

After a historic meeting with members of parliament in London this morning, King Charles has flown to Edinburgh to meet his siblings and take part in a solemn procession when the coffin of Queen Elizabeth II is taken to the city's historic St Giles' cathedral.

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