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Windsor Castle will reopen to the public for the first time since the Queen’s death.

St George’s Castle and Chapel will open at 10am on Thursday.

This will be the first time that members of the public will be able to visit Queen’s final resting place and see the stone inscribed with her name in the George VI Memorial Chapel.

Admission to the chapel includes admission to Windsor Castle, which costs £26.50 for adults during the week and £28.50 on Saturdays. Child tickets cost £14.50 during the week and £15.50 on Saturdays.

It came after the monarchy return to royal duty after the period of royal mourning ended.

The royal family have only performed official duties when appropriate since the Queen’s death on 8 September, and its members wear black as a show of respect when in public.

But from Tuesday, they were able to fulfill their normal official roles, as the Prince and Princess of Wales made their first official visit to Wales in their new role.

They visited Anglesey, where they made their first home as newlyweds, then continued on to Swansea. They also raised their eldest child, Prince George, in Wales for the first few months of his life.

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Meanwhile, King Charles’s The new royal cypher has been revealed before its appearance on government buildings, state documents, and mailboxes.

Monograms will be added to public offices, papers and street furniture in the coming months and years.

The cypher, designed by the College of Arms, represents the initials of the monarch’s first name, C, interwoven with Rex’s R, Latin for King. The Roman numeral III is inside the letter R, to denote Charles III, while the crown is above the letters.

A Scottish version, approved by Lord Lyon King of Arms (chief emissary of Scotland), features the Crown of Scotland.



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