Viewers noticed an unexpected guest on top of Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin during her funeral at Westminster Abbey on Monday.
A spider crawled across King Charles III’s poignant note to his late mother, with some dubbing it a “good omen.”
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The spider seen on the letter to Queen Elizabeth II is a good omen. Spiders have symbolized many things including feminine power. Also Queen Elizabeth loved nature and all animals. Maybe this was just a final nod from her Majesty. #QueenElizabethII #QueenElizabeth #queensfuneral
— Joanna (@Carebear200284) September 19, 2022
I dont know why so many people are creeped out by the little spider on the Queen’s flowers. It’s a good omen. I was delighted! 🕷️
— Nina 🇬🇧 🇪🇺🇺🇦🇵🇱#ToriesOut (@JaninaM56) September 19, 2022
— Laura (@deplaurablenull) September 19, 2022
— Grace 🦄💐♉️ (@grace_is_sugoi) September 19, 2022
On Queens coffin, a spider> Spider meaning and symbolism include artistry, manifestation, patience, feminine power, ancient wisdom, illusion, balance, and interconnection. #queensfuneral #QueenElizabeth #QueenElizabethFuneral pic.twitter.com/HU4jQaJF9z
— Michael Martineau (@mmartin256) September 19, 2022
The note read: “In loving and devoted memory. Charles R.”
King Charles III Leaves Poignant Message On The Queen’s Coffin At Funeral
Monday’s funeral was emotional, as the world bid farewell to Britain’s longest-reigning monarch.
Charles was joined by his sons Princes William and Harry to walk behind the coffin, along with royals, including Princess Anne and Princes Edward and Andrew.
The King fought back tears as “God Save the King” was sung during both the Westminster Abbey and Windsor Castle services.