How can I sign the Queen's book of condolence? | The Sun

BRITS mourning the loss of Her Majesty will have a chance to sign the Queen's book of condolence.

With plans being made to lay the monarch to rest, a 10-day grieving period will offer royal fans the chance to say goodbye.

How to sign the Queen's book of condolence

There are no physical books of condolence at the royal residences, but a digital one has been opened on the royal website.

Sun readers can leave their own personal tribute in our online condolence book.

Many churches, businesses and public places will also open books for fans of the Queen to write messages in.

The Queen's death has triggered a period of national mourning that will last 10 days.


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According to documents seen by Politico, the day of her death is known as “D-Day”, and the 10 days following encompass all of the preparations for the Queen’s funeral.

In addition, the plans for King Charles’ accession to the throne are outlined.

During the period, Union Jacks will be flown at half-mast and books of condolence will be opened.

The Queen’s body will also be taken to Parliament, where she will lie in state in Westminster Hall until her funeral.

Media coverage will also reflect the mourning period – with TV and radio stations expected to follow a code of conduct.

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What should I write in the Queen's book of condolence?

Messages left in the Queen's book of condolence should be heartfelt and genuine.

You may like to share your favourite memory of the Queen or share how she made you feel at one point or another.

One idea is to share what you will miss the most about her.

Brits who are leaving messages for the Queen may like to include a special sentiment that has helped them through a tough time before.

Quotes and messages of condolence

Mourners may like to leave a quote or a poem of condolence in the book.

Some examples are:

  • You brought great joy to so many, you will be deeply missed
  • Forever in our memory, we thank you for your service
  • "Our joys will be greater, our love will be deeper, our life will be fuller because we shared your moment” – Author Unknown
  • "Those we love and lose are always connected by heartstrings into infinity" – Terri Guillemets
  • “And then I heard the angel say, ‘She’s with you every day’” – Author Unknown

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