We’re not talking about some kind of disrespectful fan edit of Stanley Kubrick’s 1980 horror film that centers on a creepy hotel overflowing with ghosts; the actual actors who portrayed the identical twin ghosts made a post on Twitter that they were in line to pay respects to the Queen.
“In the Queue!🤞🏻To view the Queen Lying in State,” was the caption from the official Twitter account for Lisa and Louise Burns, alongside a photo of a wristband to prove the validity of the historic moment of national mourning in the U.K.
The pair made a couple of other posts from England while they were waiting, sharing photos of themselves in front of Tower Bridge and Big Ben.
The longest-serving monarch in British history passed away over a week ago at the age of 96, with a funeral finally taking place Monday morning after Queen Elizabeth II laid in state for days at Westminster Hall. Celebrities such as David Beckham and Elizabeth’s royal relatives — such as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle — all paid tribute to the late ruler on social media and in person.
The funeral started out at Westminster Abbey before migrating over to Windsor Castle for a final ceremony amongst family, as We Got This Covered reported in a live blog post. Even the transportation of Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin from one location to another drew large crowds of people observing the procession from the street.