The newly crowned king of England, King Charles III made a request that was placed on top of the coffin of her majesty, Queen Elizabeth II. He requested that flowers signifying some important event and lifestyle of the queen should be placed on top of her coffin while they convey her to the Westminster Abbey hall for the funeral. Also, a tribute written by the king was placed beside the flowers on top of the coffin.
According to the Royal Family Channel, the casket of the Queen contains foliage of Rosemary, English Oak, and Myrtle and flowers cut from the garden of the Royal palace. Also, a card containing the tribute written by King Charles III (“in loving and devoted memory, Charles R”) was placed Beside the flowers and shrubs
The flowers and green shrubs were placed on top of the coffin of Her Majesty as they convey her to the Westminster Abbey hall.