Royal standards and flags at the Vrana Palace in Sofia were lowered to half-mast on the day of the British Queen’s funeral.
Royal standards and flags were flown at half-mast on the day of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral, by order of His Majesty King Simeon II. This was announced by the Vrana Palace – the Bulgarian royal residence.
From there they also reported that the head of Saxe-Coburg and the Goth ducal house, Prince Andreas, ordered the removal of the standards and flags with the royal coats of arms.
The message from the Crow Palace ends with the words: “God forgive the Queen! God save the King!”.