Along with her mother, father, sister, and husband, Queen Elizabeth II will be buried in the King George VI Memorial Chapel at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor.
However, the queen will not be buried in the Royal Vault, which is located underneath the chapel, along with a number of other royals.
The Royal Commission
The memorial chapel, which was created by George Pace, was built and finished in 1969.
Elizabeth ordered it to serve as her father King George VI’s eternal burial place.
The king passed away in February 1952 at the age of 56. Because of his sudden passing, no designated resting place had been chosen.
The king’s remains were buried at the time in the Royal Vault.
There is limited room.
It is The Royal Vault.