The new committee is chaired by the Queen’s former private secretary, Robin Janvrin. The member of the British House of Lords classified the appointment as “an honor”. It will be a “unique challenge to capture for future generations the extraordinary contribution” of the late monarch “to our national life during her long reign,” Janvrin said.
High-ranking members of the royal family, politicians and experts will be appointed as members of the committee. The panel will then make its recommendations to King Charles III. and Prime Minister Rishi Sunak. Elizabeth II died last September, aged 96, after 70 years on the British throne.