Queen Elizabeth II coffin has left Balmoral, heading to Edinburgh as part of funeral activities for the burial rites of the British Monarch.
The coffin left Balmoral few minutes ago with seven vehicles including the hearse and one police motorcycle at the front.
The hearse moved behind the police motorcycle, maintaining some metres long safety distance while other six vehicles, conveying Royal family members drove behind the transparent glass windows hearse, kept same distance from one another.
It is estimated that the Queen’s journey from Balmoral to Edinburgh may cost six hours as the motorcades moved in less than 30 speedometer.
Balmoral to Edinburgh is estimated 165 kilometers distance but according to BBC, the motorcades decided to move at a very slow pace because of the historical moment.
OsazuwaAkonedo reports that, Helicopter video recording by BBC indicated that the Queen vehicle procession from Balmoral to Edinburgh will cut across build up roads or populated areas, highway and express way.
Some of the roads are surrounded by rivers.
A security check indicated that only the procession vehicles is currently plying the long road while other vehicles were seen prevented from entering the road since Sunday morning.
Thousands of persons have stood between the road sides to catch a glimpse of the Queen’s coffin, made public for the first time since the queen joined her ancestors on Wednesday.