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How to visit Queen's grave at St George’s Chapel and 'staggering' cost of admission
Queen Elizabeth II during her state funeral.Following the ceremony at Westminster Hall, the Queen’s body was taken to Windsor where it was laid to rest in the King George VI Memorial Chapel.She was buried alongside other Royal Family members; her father, King George; Elizabeth the Queen Mother, and her late husband Prince Philip, who died last year at 99 years old.Now, the late monarch’s grave is open for the public to see, but it isn’t cheap to view.Upon opening to the masses, it was almost immediately hit with criticism over its staggering prices.Here is everything you need to know about visiting the Queen’s final resting place.Yes, it is open to the public to see at the King George VI Memorial Chapel in the grounds of Windsor Castle.Windsor was always said to be one of the late Queen's favourite homes, making it a fitting final resting place for her.The doors of the chapel opened to the masses on Thursday, September 29, giving people a chance to say farewell in a more intimate setting when compared to the heaving state funeral.The general public can go on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 10am to 4.15pm (last entry is 4pm), but you will need to pay.On Sundays, general visitors are not permitted entrance, but if you are a worshipper, you are allowed inside.The chapel has a maximum capacity of 800, with demand to make the visit remaining high.To pay your respects to the late Monarch, you will need to pay for the privilege to do so.A visit to the King George VI Memorial Chapel will set you back a whopping £28.50 for a weekend visit.It isn’t much better during a week day, as it will still cost a staggering £26.50 to step inside the hallowed halls.However, it should be noted that this is the cost to enter the
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Queen's granddaughter 'hopes to God' she doesn't feature on Netflix hit The Crown
Queen's granddaughter, Zara Tindall has admitted she hopes her life doesn't feature on The Crown, which is set to return to streaming service Netflix later this year.Zara, 41, has previously featured on the Netflix hit as a small child enjoying Christmas on the Sandringham Estate – played by an unnamed actress.However, King Charles' niece hopes the programme will draw a line and won't continue into her life as she became older.READ MORE: Buckingham Palace 'moves to protect' King Charles from 'exploitative' The CrownSo far, viewers have seen The Coronation of the late Queen Elizabeth, the wedding of the then Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer, the assassination of Lord Mountbatten and the death of King George, as well as the abdication.Speaking previously on the House of Rugby podcast, mum-of-three Zara said: "I hope to God they don't go that far," before her husband Mike Tindall joked that Jason Statham would play him in series 35.Discussing who she would like to see take on the role of playing her, Mike interrupted saying: "Charlize Theron maybe," to which Zara added: "Yeah, or my God, I've gone total blank with me," before host Alex Payne suggested Aussie beauty, Margot Robbie."Or Margot, that's a good one, or Justin Timberlake's wife, Jessica Biel, obviously I look very similar to all of them."Mike has previously admitted that he has seen The Crown, while other members of The Royal Family have remained relatively quiet about the series which has raised some eyebrows.Speaking on his The Good, The Bad & The Rugby podcast, about series four the rugby ace said: "Yeah, well it's getting to more things that people know about, isn't it, and have opinions about so, that's where it gets difficult."Remember everyone, it is a