Mourners Jam Scottish Capital to Bid Farewell to Queen Elizabeth

EDINBURGH—Tens of thousands of people said a final farewell to Queen Elizabeth II in the Scottish capital Tuesday before her coffin was flown to London later in the day, bringing the monarch back to the British capital before a lavish state funeral early next week.

King Charles III, having stood a silent vigil beside his late mother the night before, became the first king to visit Northern Ireland in 77 years on Tuesday as part of his tour of the four nations of the U.K. as the new monarch. Charles’s grandfather, King George VI, was the last male sovereign to visit Northern Ireland in 1945.

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