The Bureau of the Royal Household has received permission to set up space at the Grand Palace for people to mourn the passing of Queen Elizabeth the Second of the United Kingdom. Representatives from various agencies and many members of the public have already visited the site to pay their respects to the late queen.
His Majesty the King permitted the Bureau of the Royal Household to allocate space for people to pay tribute to the late Queen Elizabeth the Second. The bureau placed a portrait of the late queen at Mani Noppharat gate in the Grand Palace, where it will remain until September 25.
The site is open for agency representatives and the general public to visit and pay tribute to the late British monarch, in recognition of longstanding ties between Thailand and the United Kingdom.
Many agencies have already sent representatives to the Grand Palace to express condolences over the passing of Queen Elizabeth II. The president of Parliament and parliamentary officials, officials from the Ministry of Interior and personnel from the Office of the Prime Minister were among those who visited. Officials from the Ministry of Defense and the Crown Property Bureau also paid tribute, while foreigners were seen visiting the site to lay down flowers and pay their respects.